German-based Engel & Völkers bring Minnesotans the umlaut, and so much more… Tanek designed a gem right on the edge of downtown Minneapolis.
Tanek worked with Wood From the Hood for their latest chef-d’oeuvre. (That’s fancy-talk for masterpiece.) Roseville is the lucky recipient, and Tanek pulled out all the stops. Yup, they used and reused every available resource, trees were spared or actually used in the restaurant… Ask your bartender or hostess all about it when you visit 2851 Snelling Avenue North!
See what I did there? An INNING… at a baseball game… NEVERMIND.
Until California and all Western states sink into the sea, Minnesota is land-locked… NO MATTER!
NOW! The party is happening RIGHT NOW!
I hope that winning a prestigious Twin Cities Best in Real Estate award doesn’t change them. The competition was fierce and I heard the award ceremony was like a scene from West Side Story; Nat was, of course, fantastic in his role as Tony. Ken was, well you’ll read all about it in the next issue of Architectural Digest.
Wandering the streets of Uptown… Film: check. Shopping: check. Parched throat: check. Growling belly: check. Aching feet: check.
Outings with workmates are important. Venue selection is critical and should be given careful consideration. When Tanek chose Vertical Endeavors, they used the climbing course as a tool to root out any sissies. To be an architect or interior designer in this city means having strength, agility, and the ability to use spells of the 8th level.
Nathaniel Shea’s sons brought their expertise to the latest Pizza Luce in progress:
The first race of the season has come and gone and I’m still deciding whether or not to put my Winter boots away. Anyway, Nat put his boots away, shaved his legs (what?! I know!!) and brought honor to his family.