Saying "Good Bye" to Apache Plaza
"Bulldozer Bash" to Commemorate Plaza's History
St. Paul, MN - Just days before its demolition, Apache Plaza will be
commemorated at a community event, aptly named
the "Bulldozer Bash", onSaturday, March 20, from 5:00-10:00 p.m., at Apache Plaza.
The Bulldozer Bash is open to the public; admission is free. An event
highlight will be an entertaining program,
scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m., featuring "15,483 Days of Mall Memories in 20 Minutes", a special performance by the Apache Plaza Players.
Music, a silent auction, and a lot of reminiscing about Apache Plaza
will also be a part of this community celebration.
Food from local restaurants and vendors will be available for purchase, and a cash bar will be provided.
Silent Auction proceeds will benefit St. Anthony High School¹s Huskies Court Club, Band Boosters, Choir, and the high school gymnastics program.
When arriving at the event, guests are asked to use Apache Plaza's west entrance, off of Stinson Blvd. at 39th Ave.
Hosted by the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce, the event is sponsored by Pratt Ordway Properties; Robert Muir Company; Hunt Associates; and Dominium Development & Acquisition. The companies are partners in the much-anticipated Silver Lake Village, a mixed-unit development to be built on land now occupied by Apache Plaza and some surrounding businesses. The project, once completed, is projected to include 662 housing units, 25,000 square feet of office space, and 219,300 square feet of retail shopping space on the 50-acre site, in addition to many amenities.
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