Target Field Station; Minneapolis
Target Field Station, opened in May 2014, is a distinctive transit station located in the heart of Minneapolis' revitalized North Loop neighborhood. The project links the street fabric of the existing neighborhood with Target Field Stadium Promenade and to the larger downtown core beyond. The station seamlessly links parking, light rail, regional rail, bus and bicycle modes of transit – while always privileging ease of pedestrian access. It also provides of a series of interconnected public open spaces, including an amphitheater and a ‘Great Lawn’ as additional amenities for public use. By combining sustainable design, carefully crafted public space, landscape elements, public art, and private development, Target Field Station sets the bar for how modern cities leverage transit design to create iconic cultural centers.
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