For someone who spent 55 years in the professional world of architecture, design, art, and intentional space, you would think the transition to a new housing community would be a long, arduous process. For Walker Methodist resident Max Steele who made Minneapolis his home in the summer of 2019, when he made his decision, it was like honoring his own legacy in a way.

Before sitting down with Max, I did a bit of research on him. His biography on his LinkedIn page perfectly sums him up, it states, 

Max Steele, visionary designer and architect, made his reputation in the commercial real estate industry by creating magical places to live, work and play. Today, Max is focusing his abundant creativity, talent and passion in the world of fine art photography and printmaking.
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