Deep North Podcast – Cans to Mini-Golf: The Creative Enterprise Zone and One Building’s Transformation

Artists in disguise inhabiting an abandoned factory in the creative enterprise zone

An old factory on the Minneapolis St. Paul border has forgone its 20th century widgets for much different wares. Today coffee roasts, beer brews, drills grind, and golf clubs putt. The building’s new tenants embody the potential of creative enterprise and inspire the artist in all of us.

Music by Enjoy the Cat, the Limozine Group, Zack Baltich, and Chad, the Tipsy Kangaroo naughty puppet review keyboardist.

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One Response to Deep North Podcast – Cans to Mini-Golf: The Creative Enterprise Zone and One Building’s Transformation

  1. Kareb March 22, 2018 at 7:10 am #

    Great story.

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