In late 2011, Aveda founder, Horst Rechelbacher, bought the top two unfinished floors of the Phoenix on the River, a luxury high-rise that overlooks the Mississippi River and pretty much all of downtown Minneapolis. Mr. Rechelbacher's vision for the 12,000 square foot space was not only to create a stunning home but also a backdrop for his extensive midcentury art collection. The three bedroom, five bathroom condo features an all-glass kitchen and a mudroom that includes not only a laundry but a dog-washing station as well. And, if all that interior space wasn't enough, the condo has 1,200 square feet of outdoor living space too. The 2-story condo happens to be on the market for $8 million, which seems like a lot of cheese, but it does buy unparalleled views and the distinction of being the most expensive condo in the Upper Midwest. To read more about the residence and to take a video tour of the condo, click here. Here's are a few sneak peek screen shots:
The all-glass Valcucine Kitchen.
One of the five bathrooms:
A taste of Mr. Rechelbacher's art collection: