Feeling Minnesota

By: Philip Glenn Koski, AIA

The Mall of America has recently been put on the market for 1.2 million dollars. That, anyway, is the price quoted in the recent upgrade of the board game, Monopoly: Here and Now Limited Edition. IN the 2006 re-engineering of the game by the toy titan, Hasbro, the familiar Atlantic City street names have been replaced by iconic landmarks representing 22 American cities. According to the latest re-appraisal, Mall of America (MOA) is valued just above Saarinen's magnificent Saint Louis Arch at an even million bucks.

Amide the hurly-burly of the game's sweeping real-estate shake up, Hasbro has...

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Philip Koski is a principal at iota, an architectural firm in Minneapolis.

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