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The Minneapolis-based Ackerberg Group expects to close on the deal for the Uptown Minneapolis complex in early April.
Kozlak’s Royal Oak Restaurant in Shoreview is closing March 15 after nearly 40 years in business. The property has been sold to a developer who plans to demolish the restaurant to make way for a...
In sync with a nationwide trend, the number of Minnesotans “underwater” on their mortgages is on the decline, Minnesota Public Radio reports. Citing a study from California research...
The two parties finalized the second part of the deal, valued at $43.8 million; the first part of the contract was valued at $9 million.
The Bloomington mall confirmed recently that, after closing on $300 million in financing, it plans to add a 700,000-square-foot expansion.
From treehouses to impressive architecture to historic and haunted mansions, the website NewsCastic takes a look at 12 of the most impressive homes in Minnesota: Among them: The Line Treehouse in...
Although Twin Cities home sales, new listings, and pending sales were down in January, a new report attributes the slowdown to cold weather, not to long-term weakness in the market.
Should it be a new Marriott or a spendier Radisson tailored to millennials? That’s the question the Minneapolis City Council will have to decide next month. The Star Tribune reports Ryan Cos. has...
Hollywood Fashion Secrets moved from its former 4,500-square-foot offices to a 6,159-square-foot space at 219 Second Street North in Minneapolis.
A bit of uncertainty looms over when demolition crews will resume tearing down the Metrodome following an unexpected incident Monday, the Star Tribune reports. The operation came to a halt after a...
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