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  1. Building Blocks: Revel ApartmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Finance and Commerce

    Property description: The apartment boom in Uptown Minneapolis continues unabated. The newest entry, Revel Apartments, is a stylish addition to a stylish neighborhood of housing between West Lake Street and Lagoon Avenue.

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  2. Wyndham pays $170M for AmericInn brandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Finance and Commerce

    When the Wyndham Hotel Group purchased the AmericInn brand from Chanhassen-based Northcott Hospitality last month, it may have wanted to keep up with competitors Marriott and Hilton. The New Jersey-based hospitality group said on July 18 that it will pay $170 million for AmericInn, a brand with a strong presence in small and midsize cities, according to a Wyndham news release .

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  3. MN Snapshot: Tiny Minneapolis credit union to test building prototype in WasecaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 17 | Finance and Commerce

    As CEO of Minneapolis-based Diversified Credit Union for the last two years, Chris Hollon's main focus has been to find ways to help the tiny financial company expand. Enter your user name and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this site.

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  4. Ryan, Weidner to redevelop Sons of Norway siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | Finance and Commerce

    The Sons of Norway, a financial services and cultural organization, has struck a deal with Ryan Cos. US Inc. and Weidner Apartment Homes for the sale and redevelopment of its property in Minneapolis' Uptown neighborhood.

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  5. Target says turnaround efforts are bringing shoppers backRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | Finance and Commerce

    Target, which is spending billions to remodel stores and strengthen its online business, showed signs Wednesday that the turnaround efforts are starting to win back shoppers. The retailer reported that a key sales figure rose in the second quarter, its revenue beat Wall Street expectations and its online sales jumped 32 percent.

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  6. Cushman & Wakefield deal marks the end of an eraRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | Finance and Commerce

    Chicago-based Cushman & Wakefield 's purchase of its joint venture partner signals the end of the last large, locally owned commercial real estate services company in the Twin Cities. Cushman & Wakefield said Tuesday that it will buy Bloomington-based Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq as well as several other joint venture offices in Western states owned by the Minnesota-based Pohlad family.

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  7. Twin Cities home inventory keeps shrinkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | Finance and Commerce

    The number of single-family homes sold in the Twin Cities in July backed down from an all-time high in June, while median selling price during the month remained in record territory. The growing scarcity of homes on the market and new listings left potential homebuyers with less to choose from in the 13-county metro area last month, according to the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors .

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  8. Lupe likes Lyn-Lake area for workforce apartmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | Finance and Commerce

    A building for an auto repair and tire business at 510 Lake St. W. in Minneapolis will be replaced with a six-story affordable apartment building if Lupe Development Partners wins approval. Ten years ago, developer Steve Minn spotted an aging, one-story retail building near a key intersection in the Lyn-Lake area of Minneapolis and knew what he wanted to do.

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  9. CPM pitches Lyn-Lake 'micro' rentalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | Finance and Commerce

    The proposed site for apartments at 429 W. Lake St. in Minneapolis has been used for car sales since the late 1940s. CPM is pitching a 70-unit apartment complex for a site in Minneapolis' Lyn-Lake neighborhood that is currently occupied by a used car lot.

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  10. Historic Loring Park mansion to sell for $1Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 14 | Finance and Commerce

    The 130-year-old H. Alden Smith House at 1403 Harmon Place in Minneapolis is expected to be sold to developer W + Noordijk, a company that would renovate the structure and use it as an anchor to a new apartment building next door. The deal is still pending, but if all goes according to plan construction will begin next August.

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  11. Restoring the Glory: Bringing sustainability to the Capitol renovationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 11 | Finance and Commerce

    The Minnesota State Capitol renovation serves as an example of how 21st century energy- efficiency technologies can create a more sustainable historic building. Minneapolis-based HGA Architects and Engineers redesigned and replaced the mechanical infrastructure, created a sophisticated lighting system, installed water saving technology, improved indoor air quality and built a stormwater system.

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  12. Some artistic touches for Nicollet MallRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 8 | Finance and Commerce

    Infrastructure is taking shape on the 700 block of Nicollet Mall for the "Light Walk," a signature feature of the $50 million Nicollet Mall reconstruction. The $50 million Nicollet Mall reconstruction project is heading into the home stretch as workers make the transition from pavement and curb work to installing some of the eye-catching artistic features that will set the mall apart from ordinary streets.

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  13. For sale: Sliver of land next to Vikings stadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | Finance and Commerce

    Hennepin County hopes to sell off a downtown Minneapolis property that sits directly across from the U.S. Bank Stadium. The county has issued a request for proposals for two parcels at 301 10th Ave. S., currently owned by the Hennepin County Regional Railroad Authority and leased as a surface lot to Premier Parking.

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  14. Commentary: Are central banks too independent?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | Finance and Commerce

    Throughout the developed world, central banks enjoy a large measure of independence. This is considered desirable because it guards against elected officials' preference for overly easy monetary policy, as a means to generating jobs and votes.

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  15. Back Story: Meet the man who gave the Sex World building a makeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | Finance and Commerce

    Nate Larsen stands on the roof of The Washington at 125 Washington Ave. N. in the North Loop of Minneapolis, the revamped Sex World building. Larsen is one of three people behind Falcon Ridge Partners, a Minneapolis real estate investment company focused on redeveloping properties in the North Loop.

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  16. Mortenson withdraws hotel plan in MinneapolisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 4 | Finance and Commerce

    M.A. Mortenson's proposal for a Hilton Centric hotel would have filled a site at 800 Washington Ave. S. in Minneapolis next to a parking ramp. The company said Thursday that it will not build the project.

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  17. Minneapolis CPED hires long-range planning directorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 4 | Finance and Commerce

    Ramsey's Deputy County Manager Heather Worthington will soon be director of long-range planning for the Minneapolis department of Community Planning and Economic Development. "Heather is exactly the right fit for this job," said David Frank, director of economic policy and development and interim executive director of the department at large.

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  18. NTSB: No quick answers in Minnehaha Academy blastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 3 | Finance and Commerce

    Federal and state investigators are expected to cast a wide net to determine what caused Wednesday's deadly natural gas explosion at Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis, but the investigation isn't likely to come up with definitive answers anytime soon. A spokesman for the National Transportation Safety Board said Thursday the NTSB has sent an investigative team to the scene of the blast, which left two people dead and nine others injured on the Upper School campus at 3100 West River Parkway.

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  19. Sherman project, PiPress building get cleanup grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Finance and Commerce

    St. Paul-based Real Estate Equities' redevelopment of the Pioneer Press building will receive $750,000 from the Metropolitan Council. The building at 345 Cedar St. in downtown St. Paul is slated to become a workforce housing complex.

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  20. Sustainable: Xcel energy program subscriptions going fastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Finance and Commerce

    A new Xcel Energy program offering customers an opportunity to buy renewable energy directly from the utility will help power the Minneapolis Convention Center and the University of Minnesota in the future. " Renewable*Connect " has sold two-thirds of the 75 megawatts allotted to it since starting just over a month ago.

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