Amenities

In-building Amenities

The Great Hall event center features stunning classic architecture, terrazzo and marble floors and four large chandeliers beneath skylights of translucent glass set in a coffered plaster ceiling. Your event is exclusive at the Great Hall—we host only one event a day in our facility. View website »
The Jerome Hill Theater functions as a multi-purpose meeting place for theater productions, conferences, classes, training sessions and lectures. The auditorium seats 267 and is equipped with a LCD projection unit.
For more information or rental pricing, please contact
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Other in-building amenities include:

  • Cassie's Deli restaurant with common area seating for all tenants
    and guests of the building
  • The Laundry Doctor dry cleaning service with drop-off lockers located on Skyway level
  • Work out facility—The fitness center is located on the first floor with 24/7 access from both inside and outside the building. Facility equipment includes 5 treadmills, 4 ellipticals; an incumbent bike, weight machine, free weights, squat racks and bars. Separate men's and women's locker rooms including showers and dressing area.
  • Corporate Conference Center located on the 2nd floor is available for tenant use.
    • Conference Room A is a conference table set up accommodating up to 16 people and includes Wi-Fi, Polycom for calls and white board.
    • Conference Room B provides versatile set-up options for up to 46 people and includes Wi-Fi, Polycom for calls, and a projector with HDMI connection or a USB puck.
    • Conference Room C is a conference table set up for up to 12 people and includes Wi-Fi, Polycom for calls.
    • Kitchenette featuring refrigerator, microwave and sinks for tenant or catering use.
  • Perk√©lat Coffee Shop and Bakery
  • RSS Convenience Store and Deli

Newly completed renovations:

  • New carpet, paint, doors, hardware and light fixtures
  • New restrooms on the first floor
  • Upgraded restrooms on the second floor
  • Corporate conference center for tenant use on the second floor

Lowertown Entertainment

Lowertown blends a unique combination of residential and commercial uses into a neighborhood that is comfortable to walk, easy to access and interesting to those who office here.

A few of the best local eateries are:

FACES Restaurant will be re-opening as a new venue Spring 2017. The new restaurant located across 5th Street in Galtier/Cray Plaza, will have the same owner/chef with a fresh new approach.
Trattoria da Vinci Restaurant located on Sibley is currently under construction with a new restaurant coming soon.

PUBLIC Kitchen + Bar is located on the corner of 6th and Wacouta. This full service restaurant serves lunch and dinner daily, as well as brunch on Saturday and Sunday. The upper level restaurant and bar features an open and airy dining room with large windows and an open kitchen, as well as a sidewalk patio overlooking Mears Park. View website »

Barrio Restaurant is located on 6th Street between Wacouta and Sibley and serves both lunch and dinner. Barrio Restaurant offers a full bar, outdoor seating and the best margaritas in town. View website »

The Bulldog Bar is located on the corner of 6th Street and Wacouta. The Bulldog Bar offers lunch and dinner menus, a large variety of moderately priced casual dining entrees, a full bar, outdoor seating and shuffleboard. View website »

Heartland Restaurant is located on the corner of 5th Street and Wall Street and offers a dinner menu, full bar, banquet facilities, meeting rooms, deli items to go, chefs table seating and a "farm direct market" stocked with items that Chef Lenny Russo uses in preparing menu items. View website »
Black Dog Coffee and Wine Bar is located on the corner of 4th Street and Broadway and offers the finest locally roasted espresso and gourmet coffees, a creative wine list, locally brewed beers and a variety of small plates to accompany them. The Black Dog is also a music venue that features local artists. View website »

Christos Greek Restaurant located in the Union Depot on 4th Street has closed to make way for a new restaurant opening soon by the owners of CRAVE.

World of Beer located directly across the street on Sibley, offers craft beers, tavern menu and music.
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Handsome Hog located on the corner of 6th Street and Sibley, features a contemporary Southern menu paired with a large bourbon selection. View website »

Big River Pizza is 2 blocks down on 5th Street and offers neapolitan wood-fired pizzas with organic tomato sauce and unique toppings, salads, beer and wine.
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Mears Park across the street from 180 East 5th is a calm oasis of nature with the excitement of the city. During Summer months Music in Mears Park offers live music concerts in the park. When weather permits, you will find a variety of food trucks lined along Mears Park, making this a popular lunch spot in Lowertown. View website »

The newly constructed CHS Field is home to the Saint Paul Saints an American professional baseball team. Saints games are affordable, entertaining and only a short walk from 180 East Fifth. View website »

180 East Fifth is conveniently located less than 2 blocks from walking and biking trails along the Mississippi River. During the Summer months, you'll find several convenient Nice Ride locations in Lowertown to rent bikes. View website »

There are several other bars, restaurants and pubs in the immediate vicinity of 180 East Fifth that deserve a visit.

Other noteworthy events

  • The Farmers Market located on 5th and Wall Street
  • Live Music at Mears Park
  • The Lowertown Art Crawl
  • Lowertown Reading Jam

Transportation

Completion of the light rail system and 180 East Fifth's proximity to the transit station, less than one block away, provides easy access to many modes of transit. For your employees that bike, we offer a secure area for bikes on the first floor near the freight elevators. In addition, the Depot/transit station offers enclosed parking for 200 bikes as well as shower and locker facilities. A bike path will be developed along the south side of Kellogg Blvd between Sibley Street and Broadway Street and will be connected to many other paths along the way.