Garfield Substation Amp House
Project Location: Minneapolis, MN
SCW3000 Series historic replica windows breathe new life into the 100-year-old Minneapolis General Electric Company (M. G. E. CO.) Garfield Substation.
Custom designed to match the sightlines and historic aesthetics of the 11’ openings and the 36” diameter showpiece front window, the building complements the historic Minneapolis Lyn-Lake residential neighborhood.
The Renaissance Revival-style substation was built in 1909 and remained in operation through the late 1980s. Located in the historic Minneapolis Lyn-Lake neighborhood, the Garfield Substation is locally significant, and historically significant, under the National Register of Historic Places Criterion C, but is not listed as a registered historic place at this time.