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Euclid View Flats

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Built  1894–95
Area  850 m²
NRHP Reference #  13001170
Added to NRHP  10 February 2014
Euclid View Flats
Location  234–238 Bates Avenue Saint Paul, Minnesota
Architectural styles  Romanesque Revival architecture, American Queen Anne style
Similar  Roy Wilkins Auditorium, Minnesota History Center, Como Lake, Mount Zion Temple, Minnesota Transportation Museum

Euclid View Flats is a historic apartment building in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States, constructed 1894–1895. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its local significance in architecture. Euclid View Flats is a sophisticated early example of an apartment building designed to attract the middle class. Prior to the 1890s, multi-family housing in the United States was overwhelmingly in the form of tenements catering to the poor. Euclid View Flats provided an acceptable alternative to the single-family houses that dominated middle-class residential options in Saint Paul and the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood in particular. In addition to representing a change in housing preferences, the building reveals in its transitional architecture a shift from the highly ornamented Queen Anne style to the more restrained Romanesque Revival style during the same period.

Euclid View Flats is currently being rehabilitated, with plans to offer all 12 units as affordable housing. The building had fallen into some disrepair and was then vacant beginning in 2010.


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