MINNEAPOLIS (11/29/2017) – Steeple People Thrift Store, a south Minneapolis nonprofit with more than 30 years of history, will reopen on Nicollet Avenue, just blocks away from its original location, Cushman & Wakefield announced today.
Senior Directors Kim Meyer and Tom Martin represented Steeple People in its search. The new location, at 1901 Nicollet Avenue, is across the street from Plymouth Congregational Church, on the southeast corner of 19th Street and Nicollet Avenue. Established retailers within a block radius of the new location include Frattallone’s Ace Hardware, Starbucks, CVS and several others.
Steeple People expects to open in February as Old School by Steeple People. Stay connected at steeplepeople.org for more information.
“1901 Nicollet is a great location for Steeple People to start again,” said Meyer. “The beloved Minneapolis nonprofit will benefit from proximity to downtown and plenty of housing.”
Old School by Steeple People is a volunteer-driven 501(c)3 organization that sells donated household goods and quality used clothing. Over 37 years, Steeple People has donated more than $1 million to worthy charity causes. The original store, at Lyndale Avenue and Franklin Avenue, closed in March 2017 to make way for a new multifamily development.
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Adam Rae Voge