The Riveter, Co-Working Aimed at Women, Set to Open in Twin Cities

Shared workspace options are growing at a rapid clip, although The Riveter focuses on women workers and entrepreneurs.

Throwing Old Homes in the Garbage is Becoming More Problematic (and Political) in Minnesota

Groundwater pollution from old construction materials has prompted the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to look at revamping landfill rules.

Are Mixed-Use Projects the Right Path Forward for the Twin Cities?

We explore the benefits and challenges of the mixed-use development approach.

Renovation Woes Force Sale of The Soap Factory

RJM Construction is forcing a sheriff’s sale on the arts center’s Minneapolis headquarters after incurring extraneous expenses from a top-to-bottom renovation it was hired to complete.

Latest Fight Over Controversial Landlord’s Minneapolis Properties Puts Spotlight on Housing Court

Del Campo Chacon’s eviction fight — part of a larger struggle among a group of families living in five Frenz properties on the same block — is a new chapter in a long story, one that includes allegations of fraud, unsanitary conditions, rent strikes and city intervention.

Will a Five-Star Hotel Finally Land in the Twin Cities?

United Properties inked a term sheet with Four Seasons for the Gateway tower in Minneapolis.

How The Waters is Reinventing Senior Living

The senior housing developer breaks new ground with branded communities and a focus on well-being.

Blake Hastings Leaves CBRE to Join Oppidan

The local developer is seeing strong growth beyond Minnesota.

St. Louis Park-Based Real Estate Data Co. WolfNet Technologies Merges with OJO Labs

The merger is intended to provide home buyers and sellers with an improved, efficient search and transaction experience. The companies’ organizational structure and staff will remain in place.

Internet of Things Leader Digi International is Relocating Its HQ to Hopkins

The move to Hopkins’ Excelsior Crossings campus is intended to encourage more creativity and collaboration, with integrated private, common and lab spaces designed partly by Studio BV.

Rules Around Teardowns, Granny Flats In Minneapolis To Get Major Revamp

Though details of the requirements are still under discussion, the new regulations governing residential construction of one-to-four unit structures are likely to address the height and setbacks of buildings.

As Radisson Blu Opens In Mpls, Plans Fizzle For Radisson Red

Plans that called for a 27-story tower—including a parking ramp, apartments, and a Radisson Red hotel—have been revised.

Mpls. Rejects Both Development Plans For Northeast Site

Minneapolis rejected one plan that would've housed Dogwood Coffee and Rustica Bakery and another to draw film-industry tenants; the parcel was taken “off the market.”

Egan Company Buys Assets Of Maple Grove-Based Firm

The Brooklyn Park-based contractor said the deal will boost its presence in the electrical control systems market.

After A Slow Start To 2014, MN’s Job Market Rebounds In May

Minnesota’s labor force rebounded in May, driven in part by the construction and manufacturing sectors, although the state’s annual job-growth rate continues to lag the national average.

Steele Aims To Compete With Life Time, Double Footprint

Steele Fitness is further expanding its gym membership program and plans for five to seven new gym locations by the end of the year.

Mpls' North Loop Attracts More Office Tenants

The Loose-Wiles Building quickly went from vacant to 94 percent full in Minneapolis’ fast-growing North Loop neighborhood.

Luxury Homebuilders Face Fraud Charges

Keith Waters and Carter Siverson, who were previously fined by the state, now face criminal charges for allegedly failing to pay subcontractors for work on Twin Cities homes and a worship center in Victoria.

“Hennepin Curve” Project Near Loring Park Lands Tenants

A bridal boutique and a real estate agency will occupy street-level storefronts on Hennepin Avenue, while plans call for converting the upper floors to housing.

Homeless Vets Housing Project Breaks Ground At Ft. Snelling

The apartment complex will include some additional specialized services for the veterans.

Big Woodbury Development Project Will Include Two Hotels

In addition to medical office buildings, a 40,000-square-foot grocery store, restaurants, and more, the City Place development will feature two hotels.

Graves Hotel In Downtown Minneapolis Is Sold

Graves 601 will officially change hands this summer when Graves Hospitality sells the 21-floor hotel for an undisclosed sum.

Tim McKee's “Libertine” To Replace Uptown Cafeteria

The street-level portion of Parasole’s Uptown Cafeteria has reportedly closed and will soon transform into the Libertine, a “modern steakhouse.”

City Of Mpls. Seeks To Consolidate Office Space

Could Minneapolis City Hall drive a new downtown office project?

First Avenue Nightclub Looks To Reinvigorate The Turf Club

The owners of the iconic downtown Minneapolis venue are renovating a fading Midway rock club.

Ryan Picks More MN Cos. To Help Build Saints Ballpark

Ryan Companies recently awarded contracts to six companies, five of which are from Minnesota, to help build the structure of the new Lowertown Ballpark for the St. Paul Saints.

Local Developer Plans Two New “Spec” Industrial Projects

CSM Corporation is planning new buildings in Rogers and Brooklyn Park.

Pro-Stadium Politicians Bask In Minnesota's Super Bowl Win

Representative Morrie Lanning: “It’s not just the Super Bowl. It’s a $400 million project being built around the new stadium. I don’t know how anybody can now feel that this was a bad deal.’’

Has The Green Line Fueled $2.5B In Developments?

A new Met Council report tallies $2.5 billion in investments near the light-rail line, but the number is far from an exact science.

Apartment Vacancy Climbs Again in Downtown Mpls.

The downtown Minneapolis vacancy rate ticked up while more large projects are in the pipeline.

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