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  1. Building Blocks: Miller Textile BuildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Finance and Commerce

    Property description: More of northeast Minneapolis' industrial buildings are being renovated as the area's reputation as an engine of the creative economy grows. The 49,272-square-foot Miller Textile Building is just another example of a former manufacturing site - in this case an agricultural bag factory - being transformed into high-ceiled spaces with the vestiges of its rugged past preserved by RoehrSchmitt's design.


  2. Hillman property purchase price is publicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Finance and Commerce

    A joint venture that plans to convert two aging buildings in Minneapolis' North Loop into office and retail space has paid $3.05 million for the property. St. Louis Park-based Paster Properties and Urban Anthology of Minneapolis announced last week that they signed the purchase deal for 124-126 Third Ave. N. on Feb. 1. They did not disclose the purchase price at the time.


  3. Target to put $10M into downtown storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Finance and Commerce

    Target Corp. CEO and Chairman Brian Cornell announced a $10 million renovation of his company's downtown Minneapolis store during the Minneapolis Downtown Council's annual meeting on Thursday. Target CEO and Chairman Brian Cornell announced Thursday that the retailer will spend $10 million remodeling the store, crediting a residential population that has grown "dramatically."


  4. Light rail spurs nearly $6.8B in development, council saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | Finance and Commerce

    Oak Hill II is one of several projects finished in 2016 that the Met Council counted in a recent tally of development along metro area light rail transit lines. The medical office building at 3340 Republic Ave. in St. Louis Park is within a half-mile of the Louisiana Avenue Station on the future Southwest line.


  5. Excelsior hires three for health care advisory groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | Finance and Commerce

    The St. Louis Park-based Excelsior Group has hired Steve Brown, Misty Bowe and Jake Sampson as health care real estate specialists for its real estate advisory team, the company announced Tuesday. Brown has been involved in health care-related real estate since 1986.


  6. A revolving door for retailers on Nicollet MallRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2017 | Finance and Commerce

    "When they changed to Macy's, the store did market research that said 85 percent of respondents wouldn't be influenced by the name change if they didn't fundamentally change the store," said Jim McComb, president of The McComb group. "But they did change the store, and in a way Macy's abandoned their Minneapolis customer as they changed their merchandise focus."


  7. Just Sold: Chicago firm pays $12.3M for trio of senior care centersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 13, 2017 | Finance and Commerce

    A Chicago-area health care company has paid $12.3 million to acquire a portfolio of three senior care centers in St. Louis Park, Osseo and Minneapolis from a group of longtime owners now enjoying warmer weather. Enter your user name and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this site.


  8. Catholic Charities' new shelter from the cold in St. PaulRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2017 | Finance and Commerce

    With temperatures in the low single digits, the timing was right for Thursday's opening of Catholic Charities' new five-story emergency housing shelter in downtown St. Paul. Part of a two-phase, $100 million project , the "Higher Ground St. Paul" building at 411 Main St. replaces the obsolete and overcrowded Dorothy Day Center across the street.


  9. Bids sought for Meadowbrook Golf Club repairsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2017 | Finance and Commerce

    The city of Minneapolis is again advertising bids for a project that will enable it to reopen the Meadowbrook Golf Club , which has been shut down for more than two years. The 217-acre, 18-hole municipal course, at 201 Meadowbrook Road in Hopkins, is operated by the city of Minneapolis, though it technically lies in Hopkins and St. Louis Park.


  10. Southwest LRT project clears FTA hurdleRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    The Southwest Light Rail Transit project received a key approval from the federal government Wednesday that will allow the Metropolitan Council to enter engineering for the project and complete design plans. The FTA has authorized the project to enter the engineering phase and to complete designs for the 14.5-mile line, which will have 15 new stations, 29 new bridges, two light rail tunnels, six pedestrian tunnels and eight new park-and-rides.


  11. Met Council panel advances $10M in grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    The Metropolitan Council's Community Development Committee has recommended nearly 20 projects or programs in eight cities for more than $10 million in grant funding. On Dec. 14, the full council will take the final vote on the recommendations.


  12. MnDOT's road construction season winds downRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    Metro area commuters may notice fewer orange cones in the coming days as the Minnesota Department of Transportation winds down a busy 2016 construction season involving 246 projects valued at $1 billion. During the season, major construction wrapped on the $60 million Highway 100 project in St. Louis Park and the $187.5 million Dresbach bridge in southeastern Minnesota, among other big jobs.


  13. Report: Investors upgrade apartments, displace rentersRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    The stock of affordable apartments in the Twin Cities region is shrinking as investors turn around older properties and hike rents, according to a new Minnesota Housing Partnership report . Apartment sales in the seven-county metro increased 165 percent between 2010 and 2015, according to the report, which analyzed data from Marquette Advisors, CoStar and Finance & Commerce's Twin Cities Apartment Sales Tracker .


  14. Met Council seeks to fill Southwest LRT jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    Now that the controversial Southwest light rail transit line has all of its local funding in place, the Metropolitan Council is moving on to its newest challenge: filling 71 positions in the project office that will oversee work on the $1.8 billion route between Minneapolis and Eden Prairie. The agency will host a job fair from 3 to 6 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Park Place West Building in St. Louis Park to generate interest and answer questions about the line.


  15. Senior housing breaks ground in ShorewoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    The 136,000-square-foot Shorewood Landing Senior Living, owned by Excelsior-based Oppidan and managed by Ebenezer Management Services of Minneapolis, includes 80 independent and assisted living apartments and 25 memory care units. Designed by St. Paul-based Pope Architects and constructed by Anderson Cos.


  16. Kraus-Anderson completes $23.5M school projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    The 96,219-square-foot school, at 1021 10th Street NW in Stewartville, includes a gymnasium with three basketball courts, assembly cafA and stage, music and art classrooms, offices, and a lobby/atrium.


  17. MN Cup names 2016 finalistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    Twenty-five division finalists in Minnesota's largest new-venture competition are now one step closer to competing for $402,000 in prize money to be awarded in September. Review boards with MN Cup chose the finalists out of a field culled from an initial 1,500 applicants for the contest.


  18. Hazelden project blends old with newRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 9, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    The Hazelden expansion project stands out in part for its walking path and other "outdoor green space," according to materials provided by the Brick Industry Association. When the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation set out to expand its St. Paul campus, one of the goals was to create new space that would complement the foundation's existing 110-year-old brick building at 680 Stewart Ave. and its surrounding neighborhood.


  19. Lifecore Biomedical completes $9M facility upgradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    The project, designed by St. Paul-based BWBR and constructed by St. Louis Park-based Knutson Construction, includes a 2,000-square-foot remodel and 30,000-square-foot addition to Lifecore's facility at 3515 Lyman Boulevard, according to Knutson. Lifecore is an FDA-regulated manufacturer of drug and medical devices.


  20. Met Council to vote on $2.5M in cleanup grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2016 | Finance and Commerce

    The Snelling-Midway redevelopment site in St. Paul is poised to receive $1.25 million in Metropolitan Council cleanup money - nearly half the $2.5 million the council is preparing to grant to nine sites around the metro. The former Superior Plating site would receive the second-largest grant in the bunch: $488,500.


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