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The last of three public meetings to discuss the environmental review of the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mining project in northern Minnesota is set for Tuesday night at the RiverCentre in St...
Jim Stanton’s plan would revive the never-built “Eclipse” project.
Kraus-Anderson and Elion Partners hope to break ground on a major mixed-use development after closing on the purchase of the former State Farm Insurance campus this summer.
The giant cable provider said its new lease at its St. Paul office is effective through 2024, and the company is investing millions into refurbishing the space this month.
The building that houses an LA Fitness in St. Louis Park has been sold to a Florida-based real estate investment trust.
Target recently announced plans to open new stores in Ohio, California, New Jersey, and Massachusetts; they will open shortly after Target closes locations in Illinois, Nevada, Georgia, Ohio, Tennessee, and Florida.
A trio of city activists who challenged the Downtown East development project have dropped their lawsuit. The Star Tribune reports Stephanie Woodruff, Paul Ostrow and Dan Cohen dismissed their...
A prototype for the tiniest Target of all time is coming to Dinkytown near the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. The New York Times reports the company has signed a lease for the first...
The teams behind the effort to construct a new Vikings stadium have lined up helmet-to-helmet against three opponents of the project in the Minnesota Supreme Court. At issue in the time-sensitive...
Minnesota’s first gated apartment complex is on the drawing board in suburban Scott County. The Star Tribune reports that a black wrought-iron fence with a security gate to control who comes...
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