The company is also planning a full renovation to the space.
The company has signed a 130-month lease for the second floor of the former TCF Bank Building.
New loans for three of its market-rate apartment projects
The company will rebrand the 727,170-square-foot building as Two22.
Sable project allows condo owners to use units for short-term rentals.
Shared office space keeps growing; WeWork opens Monday in North Loop.
The 41-story tower will be tallest residential building in Minneapolis.
In a recent University of St. Thomas survey, homebuilders shared “very pessimistic” views on land costs.
Former JB Hudson space has historic appeal.
Last month, median home prices grew 5.2 percent to a record $285,000.
The industrial market is the busiest commercial category, and office vacancy rates are dropping.
Developers feeling bullish on downtown Minneapolis.
The preservation of landmark buildings is dictated as much by what we see through as what we see.
Marquette Advisors finds continued demand for new rental units.
The lean years over, new projects are rising and more are planned.
Eighteen months after Macy's announced it was abandoning downtown, reality is setting in: the store's old building isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Multimillion-dollar investment will help about 20 Twin Citians move into homes.
An adjacent building will be able to accommodate further expansion.
The delayed and controversial Linden Crossing development looks like a go.
The Summit Avenue mansion’s previous tenant, the College of Visual Arts, was shuttered in June 2013.
One site fueling speculation is 1301 W. Lake St., a vacant parcel next to Calhoun Square.
During a construction project that was never completed, Philip and Virginia Carlson allegedly funneled money through a company that wasn’t doing work on the project, while failing to pay the companies that were.
The Timberwolves said they were impressed Dimensional Innovations' work at other venues across the country.
A Minnetonka project with 174 units is ready to start construction in the shadow of Carlson Center.
City officials unanimously approved plans for City Place, which will feature a grocery store, other retail, a hotel, office buildings, and more; work will begin this fall.
Arc'teryx is the first new tenant to join Calhoun Square under the center's new ownership; it is opening across the street from North Face and Columbia stores.
Critics have filed an appeal over a revised, 20-unit plan for condos in the South Minneapolis neighborhood.
A new 40-story tower proposal may buck the recent rental trend.
Opus unveiled plans for a two-building development that could include a hotel, apartments, townhomes, retailers, and up to 300 parking stalls.