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In early 2025, the Foundation will relocate to Osborn370, a dynamic hub of innovation and diversity in downtown Saint Paul.

The Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation is excited to announce plans to move to Osborn370, a growing community hub located in the heart of downtown Saint Paul. The Foundation will occupy the third floor of the building, with a move-in date planned for early 2025.

Osborn370 was identified as a top option early in our search due to the unique amenities that foster collaboration and innovation among tenants and community members. Features include ample outdoor space, shared common areas, on-site catering and locally owned Hepcat Coffee housed in the lobby.

“We are committed to the vibrancy of downtown Saint Paul and are thrilled to have found a community-centered, welcoming space for our team members and partners throughout the state,” said Rhonda Cox, Vice President of People and Culture and member of the space planning committee. “Our new space will embody our purpose to inspire generosity, advocate for equity and invest in community-led solutions.”

Osborn370 Welcomes Us to the Building

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A Community-centered Space

The future office footprint and design will support today’s hybrid work environment. This natural evolution supports our practice of encouraging staff to work where they do their best work, and it gives them the space to engage with each other and our community partners.

The space will be designed to reflect the Foundation’s values and is reflective of input from across the organization. Dynamic seating options will include small group collaboration spaces, single desks, offices and meeting rooms.

We are committed to the vibrancy of downtown Saint Paul and are thrilled to have found a community-centered, welcoming space for our team members and partners throughout the state.

Rhonda Cox, Vice President of People and Culture

Lease negotiations were managed by Transwestern Real Estate Services (TRS).

"The Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation holds a pivotal role in our state, empowering communities to flourish," remarked Eric Rapp, Senior Vice President at Transwestern. "We are thrilled to have played a key role in facilitating this partnership, ensuring the foundation can craft a space that authentically embodies their values and meets the needs of their dedicated employees and the communities they support."

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