Minneapolis Riverfront District Signage & Wayfinding Master Plan
The Minneapolis Riverfront District Signage & Wayfinding Master Plan was prepared to help define and identify the section of riverfront near downtown Minneapolis. Goals are to create a strong sense of place, help visitors find their way to and around the district, and enhance the experience of its many historical, recreational, cultural and commercial amenities. The St. Anthony Falls Heritage Board funded the plan. Project consultant Larsen Design + Interactive prepared the plan in consultation with a multi-agency staff steering committee. Planning is underway for a strategy to implement the plan throughout the riverfront district, including the possibility of five prototype signs installed along Chicago Avenue.
Entire Plan (pdf, 12.4 MB, 96 pages) (without Appendix—see below)
May 2, 2005
Last updated Oct. 28, 2011