Located in Minneapolis’ Loring Park neighborhood, the Charles C. Bovey House is a beautiful example of Colonial Revival and Federal architecture style, as well as 20th century urban residential architecture. Built in 1919, the home was designed by architect Howard Shaw and features a flat roof and brick exterior. The house is unique in that it was among the first to be built with reinforced concrete in the city. It also has remained largely intact. Today, the home currently houses an architecture firm.