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Rod Johnson, founder and owner of Midwest Montaineering, at 309 Cedar Ave., Minneapolis, opposes plans to create a West Bank Business Improvement District. Comment?
The Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce is backing a sales tax increase that would help pay for transit expansion in the metro. Comment?
The city of Minneapolis has drawn two development proposals for a vacant swath of land at the northeast corner of Penn Avenue North and 27th Avenue North in north Minneapolis. Comment?
The city of Minneapolis may be playing a game of brinkmanship as it works to get privately held electric and gas utilities to put more effort into meeting its local energy goals. Comment?
Exposition Hall, which opened as a furniture factory in 1917, has 102,000 square feet on five floors in the Riverplace office complex at 43 Main St. Comment?
Josh Collins, spokesman for the Ramsey County Regional Rail Authority, shows the area where new tracks are needed to bring Amtrak trains off the mainline to the Union Depot, in Lowertown St. 2 comments
City of Minneapolis officials continue to negotiate with the Minnesota Timberwolves on a plan to renovate Target Center, 600 First St. Comment?
Minneapolis is poised to loosen zoning rules that restrict where blood and plasma collection centers can locate. Comment?
Emerson Electric Co. says it could eventually locate 500 workers at the site of an unfinished former ADC Telecommunications facility, at 6021 Broadband Blvd. Comment?
Marquette Partners LLC, an affiliate of Minneapolis-based Swervo Development and investor Ned Abdul, paid $6.69 million last week to buy the 510 Marquette office building in downtown Minneapolis. Comment?
Surly Brewing is considering the former site of a potato processing plant at 3171 Fifth St. Comment?
The city of Minneapolis planning staff is recommending seven development projects for about $5.2 million in funding from two Metropolitan Council programs. Comment?
Minneapolis-based Minnesota Transitions Charter Schools has signed a lease for 33,000 square feet of space at 1800 Second St. Comment?
Forest Lake officials hope to begin tearing down the mostly vacant Northland Mall by late April or early May. Comment?
Passengers exit the Northstar Commuter Rail line after it stops north of Target Field, in Minneapolis. Comment?
The aging, vacant industrial building at 1401 Marshall St. NE in Minneapolis doesn't have much curb appeal. Comment?
Tenants of the IDS Center office tower in downtown Minneapolis received notice on Thursday that the building is under contract to be sold to Hallandale Beach, Fla.-based Beacon Investment Properties LLC. Comment?
St. Paul-based Blue Plate Restaurant Co. has leased 9,000 square feet of space for a new restaurant in the Loose-Wiles building at 701 Washington Ave. Comment?
The Women's Business Enterprise National Council - a Washington, D.C.-based third-party certifier of women-owned businesses - is expected to bring about 3,500 people to downtown Minneapolis for its annual conference. Comment?
Outpatient services - the real growth area in health care - is the focus of the roughly $60 million expansion planned to start this year at Fairview Ridges Hospital in Burnsville. 2 comments