Jemne Building

Wold Architects and Engineers

Wold Architects and Engineers acquired the Jemne Building in 1998, renovating the facility into a workspace that would accommodate their growing corporate needs. Previously, the building was known as the Women's City Club of Saint Paul, designed by Magnus and Elsa Laubach Jemne. The original Art Deco structure was completed in 1931.

Wold reestablished the Jemne Building as one of the business district's premier historic architectural gems, ensuring its place in the cultural fabric of the city of Saint Paul. Unique characteristics include:

  • Curved building shape; covers a 5,000 square foot corner at the intersection of Kellogg Boulevard and St. Peter Street
  • Commanding views along the Mississippi River
  • Four floors plus basement
  • Four fireplaces
  • Auditorium featuring 30-foot ceiling