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In the future, motorists might be able to drive into a parking ramp in downtown Minneapolis, then head to a driving range and putting green on the rooftop of the building. KSTP reports that the...
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority announced Wednesday it is still working to meet a “guaranteed maximum price” with the main contractor doing the work on the new Minnesota...
There must be plenty of Grey Poupon in Orono. The Star Tribune reports the leafy suburb on the shores of Lake Minnetonka ranks right up there with Malibu, Calif. on a national list of the top 10...
An Omaha energy company announced an agreement to acquire the idled BioFuel Energy Buffalo Lake plant in Fairmont and indicated it has plans to reopen it by the end of the year. The Lincoln Journal...
The apartment vacancy rate at the end of the third quarter in the Twin Cities was 2.5 percent; a rate of 5 percent is considered to an equilibrium point between landlords and tenants.
Tin Whiskers Brewing is reportedly gearing up to open a taproom in downtown St. Paul’s Rossmor building.
The housing market in Minnesota has, predictably, cooled with the weather. MPR is quoting the S&P/Case-Shiller report, which shows evidence of rising home prices in the metro area. The...
The building, which will be owned by Maurices, will be 10 to 12 stories, rather than the previously planned 15, and the overall cost will be reduced as well.
A deal announced Monday, which must be approved by the Minneapolis City Council, calls for the city to pay $48.5 million for the renovation, as well as at least $50 million in ongoing capital improvements.
A World War II-era weapons factory site in Fridley is among seven blighted properties that were awarded a total of $2.7 million in state grants, the Pioneer Press reports. The 122-acre Naval...
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