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The first three Target stores in Canada were met with mixed reviews as some Canadian customers believed prices were too high.
The buyer, a San Francisco-based investment firm, signed a long-term contract with Minnetonka-based Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, which owns the Radisson Blu Brand, to manage the hotel; renovations will begin later this year.
St. Paul-based McGough Construction, whose former projects include Twin Cities landmarks such as the Guthrie Theater and the Ordway Center, has been selected to build Surly’s so-called “destination brewery.”
Just months after being taken private, Caribou Coffee is closing 80 locations in several markets; its new owner, meanwhile, will convert another 88 locations into Peet’s Coffee & Tea stores.
The 30,000-square-foot facility is “focused specifically on fulfilling the needs of firearms enthusiasts,” and it will feature thousands of new and used guns.
The Mill in Northeast Minneapolis is closing its doors after about a year of hosting a collaborative workspace for local builders and designers.
Oppidan Investment announced plans for a new office building in North Dakota’s booming Bakken region where it has recently invested in real estate developments.
Construction on the new downtown Duluth office tower that will house Maurices’ national headquarters will not begin until spring 2013, about 6 months later than projected.
The former owner of Kieran’s Irish Pub and founder of 2 Gingers Irish Whiskey is offering his talents to emerging food and beverage businesses.
Developers say the city is an attractive option for apartments because of the retail development The Shops at West End and the city’s close proximity to downtown Minneapolis.
June 21, 2013
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