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.

Stub & Herb's Lives On (For Now)

The restaurant's sale augurs long-term change near the U.

2018 NAIOP Awards

NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, recognizes this year’s top projects in the Twin Cities metro area.

Electronics Recycler Tech Dump More Than Doubling in Size with Expansion Into St. Paul Building

Tech Dump, an organization committed to environmental solutions and improving job opportunities for maligned individuals, is set to purchase a new building in St. Paul amid continued growth.

From Triplexes to Parking: What Changes are Expected in the Revised Minneapolis 2040 Plan

An updated version of the proposed comprehensive plan is set to released sometime next week.

No Slowdown for Minneapolis Apartment Building Boom

The Minneapolis City Planning Commission is considering about 1,500 new units at a Thursday meeting.

12 Key Takeaways from Three-Part Panel on Midway Projects, Developing for Twin Cities’ Future

Key takeaways and quotes from a three-part business event held Wednesday, which featured discussions on Allianz Field and Midway projects, hotel projects, and mixed-use developments.

‘Fixing’ the Housing Crisis in Minneapolis Will Be A Lot Harder Than People Think

City planners, housing experts and elected officials all pretty much agree that Minneapolis needs to build a lot more affordable places to live. What's less clear is whether city officials understand how hard that's going to be.

Co-Working Giant WeWork Doubles Space at Uptown’s MoZaic East

The co-working leader is expanding before its new home in Minneapolis even opens.

Has The Armory's Time Finally Come?

A new concert and event venue may finally repurpose the Minneapolis landmark.

Commercial Excellence: The 2015 NAIOP Awards

Celebrating this year's winners.

Minneapolis Construction Exceeds $1B For Fourth-Straight Year

With three months left in the year, the city passed the $1 billion mark in part because of major construction projects in Downtown East.

How Do You Solve A Problem Like (Old, Unused) Grain Elevators?

What to do with structures that clearly qualify for protection under landmark laws — but that have proven difficult to repurpose.

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.

Au Revoir, Green Acres

Businesses are following their millennial employees and relocating downtown.

Finding The Right Broker As Business Changes

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

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.

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