Projects calls for 201 new rooms in downtown Minneapolis.
Minneapolis-St. Paul is 10th market for new service from the company best known for its online real estate listings.
The 100-plus page report included 18 possible locations and endorsements from local CEOs, but maximum value of possible state, local incentives never calculated.
Just one year after completing a $36 million office building in North Minneapolis, the largest minority-owned construction company ran into irrevocable financial woes.
The expansion of the company’s Armament Systems unit headquarters is expected to generate 60 new jobs, and will receive $1.3 million in financial support from DEED.
The Twin Cities’ first Life Time Work is now open in St. Louis Park, and filling up fast. More are planned locally and nationwide.
The shift comes as many are calling for more renter inclusion in neighborhood organizations as part of Minneapolis’ Neighborhoods 2020 plan.
The massive plan to turn 48 acres of riverfront land into housing, businesses and an outdoor performance venue was approved Friday. Here's a look at the costs and the challenges ahead.
The Fenley is the latest project at the Bloomington Central Station site.
Shared workspace options are growing at a rapid clip, although The Riveter focuses on women workers and entrepreneurs.
Minnesota medtech startups could benefit from the company’s laser technology, which helps cut and produce early drafts of medical products.
The medtech company will receive the state funds once it has accomplished its promise to create 120 new jobs at the site.
Construction on the six-block research, education, commercial and product development space is set to start in late 2017.
Employment is booming across greater Minnesota, but acute housing shortages threaten the prosperity.
Rapid company growth leads to a headquarters expansion and a move away from St. Paul.
Construction of the expansion project is slated to begin in spring 2017.
New tenants all but complete former Block E, validating developers’ vision.
Empty-nesters and young professionals are driving demand for a growing number of upscale apartments in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
City code governing vote was not valid under state law.
Median sales prices for homes in the metro area reached $242,000 in June — a record that was driven largely by low supply and high demand in the market.
Most of the plans and studies are complete. An environmental study has concluded that a cleanup is possible and affordable. And Ford is finally prepared to lay out a more firm timetable for redevelopment.
State lawmakers finally revealed the identity of the home siding company after securing a deal to have a $440 million plant constructed in Hoyt Lakes.
Sellers continue to control the market as buyers grapple with a dwindling supply of homes.
The company looks to draw others to its $30 million project.
As casino-operating tribes diversify to sustain their income base, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux continue to place most of their chips on Mystic Lake Casino.
The towering ambition of Jim Stanton and Bob Lux.
Spending on new home construction and upgrades is at a record high compared to recent first quarters.
Realtor Cotty Lowry said open house turnout has been the strongest he’s ever seen.
The DMC project is expected to create 45,000 jobs. But where will they come from, and is there any place for them to live?
After finally shedding lingering effects of the recession, the industry is taking off in the Twin Cities.