Coven Co-working Operators Eye National Expansion

Nashville location to open in 2020.

Twin Cities Co-working Space Grows 18 Percent

CBRE Group sees room to grow for flexible office space market.

Fintech Startup ClickSwitch Relocates

The company is staying in downtown Minneapolis, but it’s moved to roomier digs.

Kraus-Anderson Preps for $20M Upscale Apartments in St. Paul

The developer has secured permitting for a 92-unit apartment building in St. Paul’s Capitol Heights neighborhood.

Friendship Village Preps for $114.5M Expansion

The 284-unit senior living center will gain 96 new apartments, along with a new health center building.

Developers Deploy $1.5 Million Sales Center to Sell Condos

Prices start at $900,000 for units in Eleven tower

JLL to Move into RBC Gateway Tower

The firm aims to move into the new skyscraper in early 2022.

Ryan Cos. Begins $3 Million Renovation of City Center

Later this summer, “several new tenants” are slated to be revealed, the company says.

Sales Price for Twin Cities Homes Reached New Record in June

Home sales, however, are still on the downswing, with single-family home sales declining 7.5 percent year over year.

Dayton’s Building Added to National Register of Historic Places

Developers of the Dayton's Project sought the designation, which makes the retail/office project eligible for federal tax credits.

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.

Shrinking Housing Inventory in MSP Continues to Eat Away at Sales

Nevertheless, homes in the region are still selling at a record median price.

Ford Site Stuck in Neutral

Redevelopment is nowhere near getting started.

TCB Forum Highlights: 2017 Commercial Real Estate Forum

At TCB’s real estate forum, key developers assess the factors driving high-profile projects, including Macy’s.

Meet the Man Caught in the Middle of the Twin Cities' Nastiest Development Fight

St. Paul City Council Member Chris Tolbert would much rather voters like him than dislike him, of course, but a series of issues in his ward has made that difficult, if not impossible.

Ryan, Weidner Apartments to Redevelop Sons of Norway Site

The Minneapolis-based fraternal insurance and heritage organization has been at the site since 1962.

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