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John Kistler of Minnesota Believes Home Sharing is the Solution to Overcrowding in Many Major Cities

A leader in restoration and preservation projects in northern cities, John Kistler of Minneapolis has worked on a range of historic properties and multi-family buildings in his career. An expert in the real estate and home-sharing industries, he explains below how Airbnb and similar companies can help tackle the problem of overcrowding in major cities. […]

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John Kistler of Minneapolis Provides Four Key Rules for Any Home Improvement Project

In Minnesota, preservationists like John Kistler of Minneapolis ensure the historic architecture that defined the state’s neighborhoods is protected and restored to its finest quality. An accomplished restoration expert, Kistler shares a few of the most important rules for home improvers to keep in mind when working on independent projects. John Kistler of Minneapolis has been at the […]

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John Kistler Preserves Local History by Investing in Oakland Apartments Restoration Project

Restoration expert John Kistler is passionate about preserving local Minneapolis architecture and frequently invests in projects preventing historic properties from being demolished. Recently, Kistler helped save the Oakland Apartments from wreckage which were built by Harry Wild Jones in 1889. When city code inspectors demanded that owners demolish the historic Oakland Apartments, local preservationists banded together to […]

JOHN KISTLER OF MINNESOTA RESTORES EUGENE J. CARPENTER HOUSE AND PIONEER’S NEW FUTURE FOR PROPERTY

John Kistler of Minnesota is passionate about preserving and restoring the rich, vintage properties across his home state. Contributing to the Eugene J. Carpenter house restoration project, he constructed plans to convert the space into a B&B where visitors and historians could appreciate its old-world charm. The Eugene J. Carpenter house had fallen into disrepair […]