Dreamland on 38th

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A nonprofit fundraiser supporting

The Cultural Wellness Center
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Preserving cultural heritage and promoting cooperative economics for African Americans in our area.


raised by 170 people

$50,000 goal

Dreamland is the anchor project of the 38th Street Thrive Cultural District in Minneapolis. The purpose of a cultural district is to strengthen commercial corridors and adjacent neighborhoods and leverage resources to protect the area’s racial diversity and uplift its cultural identity. 

The project features African American ownership, leadership, and entrepreneurship in a space that will be designed by African American architecture firm 4RM+ULA .  The prominent incorporation and celebration of African art, philosophy, and culture will create a truly welcoming space for people of African descent. 

Dreamland on 38th honors the area’s history as an African American business district, while embracing its future as a vibrant cultural corridor. Dreamland on 38th is both much-needed economic development and cultural preservation. 

At 7,500 square feet, Dreamland 38th will include: 

  • flexible supportive workspace for African American entrepreneurs; 
  • a dynamic event space for community gatherings; and 
  • a business environment that leverages the Cultural Wellness Center’s many cultural, community and business networks to facilitate access to business, social and economic opportunities for African American entrepreneurs.


1st Floor: Dreamland Co-Café

2nd Floor: Community and Event Space

3rd Floor: Administrative & Entrepreneur Center

Rooftop: Community Event Space

State-of-the-art commercial kitchen with dining area. Operated by Dreamland Cultural Heritage LLC.

Flexible event and meeting space to accommodate groups ranging from 5 – 50 participants.

CWC’s administration space, as well as a co-working environment for entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial services.

Accessible space for community events of up to 150 people.


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