Century Plaza is a redevelopment of an office previously occupied by Hennepin County in downtown Minneapolis. The project will feature between 135 – 170 apartment units ranging in size from studios to three bedrooms. The project was constructed in 1932 and originally opened up to be home to the Miller Vocational High School. The large Art Deco building prepared thousands of Minneapolis high school and adult students for dozens of different careers. After it is repurposed, Century Plaza’s amenities will include a dog grooming area, fitness center, bicycle storage, and several rooftop amenities. Additionally, it will include a third party daycare.