Location: Dubuque Iowa
Size: 61,440 S.F. Original building
Originally constructed in 1904 for the St. Louis World’s Fair, the Farley & Loetscher Lumber Shed was deconstructed and shipped to Dubuque Iowa for use as an open air lumber storage building. The building was in continuous use until 2014 when production by the previous owner Jeldwen was consolidated. Purchased by Gronen Properties, the building was re-envisioned as the headquarters for a large company. Seeking to unite various offices and departments under a single roof, the Farley & Loetscher Shed offered a unique ability to insert multiple floors within its historic shell. This new office construction within the 1904 building conveyed an image of innovation, collaboration, and excitement in the company as well as created a stunning working environment. The company considering the rehabilitation with Gronen Properties eventually pursued a different opportunity. So if you’re looking to open a giant company headquarters in Dubuque… give us a call. We know of a good building.
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