James J. Hill Center Selects PVN for Historic Structures Report
The James J. Hill Reference Library was a gift from its namesake to the City of Saint Paul. Designed in the Italian Renaissance style, the project broke ground in 1913 and opened to the public in 1921. This National Register of Historic Places listed building (1975) has been a significant resource to business people, students, and scholars, as well as being an iconic structure in the city landscape.
PVN is excited to begin working with James J. Hill Center and HGA on the HSR.