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Selby Avenue is among 18 corridors in St. Paul where officials believe streetcars could run. 1 comment
Philip Soran joined Minneapolis-based Piper Jaffray's board of directors on Feb. Comment?
Life Time Fitness has signed a 12-year extension for its lease of 155,000 square feet of space at Target Center in downtown Minneapolis, Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and Life Time CEO Bahram Akradi announced. Comment?
Vikings stadium planners say all is well with the process of selecting a construction manager for the team's future $975 million home, even though they're asking for more time to make a choice. Comment?
The Minneapolis Public Schools closed the book on the former Northrop School in south Minneapolis in 2005. Comment?
Commercial real estate industry veteran Mark Kolsrud has left the Minneapolis office of Cassidy Turley to join the local office of Colliers International. Comment?
Minneapolis-based Kraus-Anderson had more than just a passing interest in the Minnesota Vikings stadium project when it sent a representative to a Kraus-Anderson confirmed Thursday that it's part of a joint venture with Arizona-based Hunt Construction , one of two finalists remaining for the Vikings stadium construction manager contract. Comment?
Minneapolis city council members Sandy Colvin Roy and Gary Schiff on Wednesday touted travel time improvements on Hiawatha Avenue from the 42nd Street intersection. 9 comments
Plans now call for a Southwest Light Rail Station on Technology Drive, about a mile northwest of Eden Prairie Center, in Eden Prairie. Comment?
The founder of Surly Brewing Co., the Doran Companies and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community are among the 27 honorees of Finance & Commerce's Progress Minnesota awards. Comment?
More details are emerging about Minneapolis-based developer Schafer Richardson's plans for the former site of Totino's Italian Kitchen in Minneapolis. Comment?
Workers for Atomic Recycling hand-sort small pieces of concrete at the facility in north Minneapolis. Comment?
Paul Johnson, a spokesman for Ameriprise Financial, confirmed Friday that the Minneapolis-based financial services company had ended negotiations to buy the luxury hotel and condominium tower at 201 S. 11th St. Comment?
The Genesee project, at 8055 Penn Ave. S. in Bloomington, offers 234 new rental units. Comment?
Local apartment vacancy ticked up to 2.9 percent at the end of 2012 according to the latest market report from Minneapolis-based Marquette Advisors. Comment?
Beer rolling off the assembly line at Surly Brewing Co.'s existing 24,000-square-foot facility at 4811 Dusharme Drive in Brooklyn Center. Comment?
Sober Corps, a Minneapolis-based nonprofit organization with ties to the local construction industry, will hold its fourth annual three-on-three basketball tournament in February. Comment?
Minneapolis officials are hosting a series of open houses in February to talk about transit plans for a nine-mile stretch of Nicollet and Central avenues. Comment?
Software company Calabrio is in the process of moving into 30,000 square feet of leased space at the Wyman Building at 400 First Ave. Comment?
A new study identifies the surface parking lot at 747 Third St. N. in Minneapolis as "Site A," one of four potential locations for a new park in the North Loop neighborhood. Comment?