Urban Outfitters Space in Uptown Listed for Lease

National retailers headed for the exits in Lake & Hennepin area market

Co-Working Wars

Welcome to the boomtown for shared office space.

Construction Industry Leader M.A. 'Mort' Mortenson Jr. Dies at 82

Mortenson led firm for decades and built one of largest construction companies in the United States.

Condo Tower Dies for a Million Reasons

Flood of units with seven-figure price tags are inundating downtown Minneapolis.

Spec of a Deal

Ryan Cos., Excelsior Group have begun building 10 West End – an office building with no committed tenants.

Automating the Real Estate Photography Business

Can an app make it easier for homeowners to take their own real estate photos?

Brokers Leave JLL to Launch Rokos Advisors

Boutique firm to focus on local businesses and clients

U.S. Department of Defense Invests $170M in Bloomington Chipmaker

The funds will help expand the scope of SkyWater’s tech offerings and help keep the chip industry in the U.S., company officials say.

NAIOP: Best in Class Properties

NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, recognizes this year's top projects throughout the state of Minnesota.

The Fine Print

A quick look at the plans for the former West Publishing site in downtown St. Paul.

Star Tribune Moving City Pages' Offices To North Loop Printing Plant

The Star Tribune, which now owns the alt-weekly paper, says it has unused space for staff it already owns.

Former Real Estate Developer Locked Up, Fined $1.5M For Tax Evasion

Evidence found that a Washington County developer used funds to live an “incredibly flamboyant lifestyle,” which included buying a $1.4 million house and $50,000 monthly deposits to a personal bank account.

The Devil Is In The Details When It Comes To St. Paul’s Soccer Stadium Hopes

What is the best-case scenario for St. Paul soccer? I spoke with a few of St. Paul’s most interested parties to find out their hopes for any soccer stadium deal at Snelling and University Avenues.

Finding The Right Broker As Business Changes

Globalization and consolidation are shaking up the real estate brokerage market.

Au Revoir, Green Acres

Businesses are following their millennial employees and relocating downtown.

Do The Twin Cities Really Need This Many Luxury Apartments?

Developers have built thousands of apartments in the metro area over the last four years. At what point does supply outstrip demand?

Wild Harvest Will Supply Cage-Free Eggs By End Of 2015

SuperValu's private label will adjust its policy, affecting more than 38 million eggs on store shelves.

Are Minnesotans Ready To Live Small?

Some developers are pushing for micro-unit apartments that push against minimum square-footage requirements.

Twin Cities Housing Market Hits 10-Year High

Pending and closed sales have reached pre-recession levels.

Zillow Surveys Financials of Buying Vs. Renting In Twin Cities

Report puts “break-even horizon” at 2.2 years.

Turning The Corner In St. Paul

With the additions of light rail and a baseball park, is the capital city likely to see substantial private sector investments?

Twin Cities Rent Growth Outpacing National Average

Minneapolis, Eden Prairie post strongest growth.

New Report Blames Twin Cities Housing Policies For Segregation

The author, Myron Orfield, says the metro's racial segregation is due to government apathy and "well-meaning but misdirected" efforts by housing advocates and school reformers.

Minneapolis' Office Building Of The Future Will Be Made Of, Uh, Wood?

The 210,000 square foot T3 office building, planned to be built in Minneapolis' North Loop neighborhood, would be the tallest building in the U.S. made primarily of wood.

Home Schwiet Home

How the Schwieters brothers’ construction businesses used the recession as a springboard for expansion and diversification.

Westin Minneapolis Sold For $66.4 Million

The record deal won’t result in a change in management.

New Gateway Project Recalls Early Efforts To Combat Downtown Blight

In 1915, the Minneapolis Park Board pioneered the use of urban renewal when it built Gateway Park, on a triangular two-block site that included the early City Hall.

Why A Chef’s Simple Request May Completely Change Where Hotels Can Operate In Mpls.

The city's zoning ordinances don’t allow hotels of any size in many parts of the city. That may change thanks to Restaurant Alma owner Roberts.

City Email Ends Plan For Duval's 80-Story Tower

Three other proposals for the Nicollet Hotel block are still under consideration.

Nicollet House Was Minneapolis' Social Center In The Late 1800s

Now several high-powered real-estate groups are vying to fill the Washington Avenue site with massive towers.

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