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University Grove: A University of Minnesota Neighborhood by Rita Hanle An article appearing in the The New York Times on Thursday, January 5, 1989, describes University Grove as “St. Paul’s Architectural Time Capsule.” It is a quiet wooded corner next to the University of Minnesota campus showcasing a midwestern residential architecture. Curved streets and majestic … Continue reading AROUND 1666

What forms do I need if I’m a buyer or a seller?

COFFMAN IS SMOKE FREE        SMOKING REGULATION  EXCERPT OWNERSHIP 11 06  APPLICATION FOR ELIGIBILITY FOR OCCUPANCY 1-15-16 COFFMANS PROCEDURES FOR ELIGIBILITY APPROVAL REALTOR & SELLER INFORMATION SO YOU’RE THINKING OF PUTTING YOUR CONDO ON THE MARKET BOARD REGULATIONS AND DOCUMENTS   

How can I get more information?

HOW CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION? Contact the Promotions Committee Email:  coffman@umn.edu Regular mail: Promotions Committee 1666 Coffman Condominium Association 1666 Coffman Street Falcon Heights, MN 55108-1330. Fax: 651-647-4370. Call the office: 651-644-4541. The Board-appointed Promotions Committee arranges tours upon request and follows up on inquiries.

Aldus Manutius and 1666 Coffman

Aldus Manutius and 1666 Coffman by George Anderson Aldus Manutius (1449-1515) was an Italian printer and publisher who founded the Aldine Press, Venice. His publishing legacy includes the distinctions of inventing italic type, establishing the modern use of the semicolon, and developing the modern appearance of the comma. He introduced curved italic type, which replaced the cumbersome square Gothic print used at the … Continue reading Aldus Manutius and 1666 Coffman