The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is looking at two potential concepts to replace the Bde Maka Ska pavilion that caught fire in 2019.
The park board published drafts of the two concepts Thursday. The Bde Maka Ska pavilion and food stand, which was home to Lola on the Lake, caught fire from someone's Hookah embers in May of 2019 and was torn down shortly after.
Two proposals being considered by the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board split the pavilion into two buildings. The park board is seeking the public’s feedback on the concepts through an online survey through April 1. Open houses for people to ask questions will also take place later this month.