Minneapolis Condo Tower Moves Forward After Two Years of Legal Delays

The Alatus project calls for 40 stories and 214 units.

Cushman & Wakefield Going Public with Planned $719M IPO

The real estate company is making available 45 million shares, the funds from which it hopes will pay off debts and cover the costs of a past acquisition.

Are Developers Having Mixed Feelings About Mixed-Use?

The dream of ground-floor retail can’t always be realized.

United Properties Seeks WELL Certification for North Loop Project

The emerging rating system measures a building’s health and wellness for employees and resident.

North Loop’s T3 Office Project Sold to Investment Group

Amazon leases about half of the “mass timber” office building.

What’s on the Horizon for Commercial Real Estate?

Five industry leaders discuss the trends and challenges of today and tomorrow.

Thor Companies’ Soon-to-Be HQ is Fully Leased, Target Among Office Tenants

Commercial development is returning to north Minneapolis as Thor Companies’ building is fully leased and Wellington Management starts its north side office project.

Pat Ryan to Step Down as Ryan Cos. CEO in June

Current CFO and CIO Brian Murray will succeed Pat Ryan, effectively ending a run dating back to 1938 of Ryan family members leading the construction firm as CEO.

Edina: Nowhere to Go But Up

Edina developers want vertical density but residents don't. Inside a controversy with metro-wide implications.

Inside The 1300 Mystery in Dinkytown

Why is the building near Varsity Theater evicting all its commercial tenants?

RBC To Anchor 33-Story Downtown Minneapolis Tower

Plan calls for $330 million, mixed-use project to open in 2021.

How The Depot Saved Downtown Minneapolis

The Depot not only became the centerpiece of a successful development, it helped transform a neighborhood and create a crucial connection between downtown and the Mississippi Riverfront.

Office Vacancies on the Rise

Despite plenty of available spaces, it's still tough to find deals in the best buildings.

Delta Dental of Minnesota to Break Ground on Bemidji Facility This Spring

Up to 150 jobs in the regional nonprofit’s sales, technology and administrative services departments will be created in the process.

Inside the Upsides Minneapolis Could Face if it Broke from Tradition and Built Smaller

Portland developer Kevin Cavenaugh doesn't build a lot of traditional buildings. What he is known for -and what he came to Minneapolis to talk about - is building smaller.

Jacob Frey Nominates David Frank to Lead Minneapolis Development Agency

The strong pace of construction in Minneapolis will likely continue, Frank told TCB.

What's Happening with the Most Prominent Pieces of (Formerly) Underused Real Estate in the Twin Cities

Revisiting some of the most notable un- and underdeveloped sites in Minneapolis and St. Paul to see what's been built — or not.

Inside the Co-working Evolution

Shared spaces are attracting freelancers in the Twin Cities, but they also are housing companies.

Study Ranks Nicollet Ave Among Most Expensive Streets in U.S. for Commercial Real Estate

Nicollet Avenue came in 28th on JLL’s 2017 “Most Expensive Streets,” placing it ahead of Sacramento’s Capitol Mall.

Apartment Appellation

How do they come up with building names, anyway?

The Apartment Glut That Wasn't

Frustrated home buyers are keeping the overheated rental market from cooling.

What Does Tax Reform Mean for Macy’s Project?

The government’s proposed tax bill would kill the federal historic tax credit, a key financing tool for developers.

Lennar to Buy CalAtlantic, Forming Largest Home Builder in Twin Cities

The $5.7 billion deal is expected to close early next year pending shareholder approval.

Evictions, on the Rise Nationwide, Don’t Affect All Parts of Minneapolis Equally

A recent talk by “Evicted” author Matthew Desmond shed light on the problem — and how little we know about it.

CPM Leaders Launch New, Separate Companies

Prolific apartment developers part ways after 12 years.

How Amazon’s HQ2 Could Affect the Price to Rent in Minneapolis

Early repots suggest renters could see an increase of roughly $8,700 over a 10-year span to their housing bill if Amazon brings its new headquarters to Minnesota.

Few Listings Leading to Fewer Sales in Twin Cities Real Estate Market

Pending sales were down for the third consecutive month in the 13-county metro area, according to the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors.

2017 NAIOP Awards

The Minnesota chapter of the Commercial Real Estate Development Association recognizes this year’s top projects.

Pimp My Garage

Welcome to the country club of car storage.

Minneapolis’ Building Boom Continues with Another Billion-Dollar Year

With over three months left in the year, the city of Minneapolis has already passed the billion-dollar mark in building permits issued.

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