Stately Georgian Revival in historic Whittier neighborhood. Originally built as the Caroline Crosby House by renowned architect William Channing Whitney. It’s current use as commercial office space by its owner/occupant, features 15 private offices, multiple shared workspaces, meeting rooms and storage. Much of the historical integrity remains intact including millwork, doors, leaded glass, decorative fireplace, as well as the original brick exterior. Voluminous spaces and an abundance of natural light. Nestled on the South edge of downtown’s core, this building is within close proximity to 1-94, Minneapolis Institute of Art, MCAD, Loring Park and the shops and restaurants along Nicollet Ave/Eat Street.