The Riveter, Co-Working Aimed at Women, Set to Open in Twin Cities

Shared workspace options are growing at a rapid clip, although The Riveter focuses on women workers and entrepreneurs.

Throwing Old Homes in the Garbage is Becoming More Problematic (and Political) in Minnesota

Groundwater pollution from old construction materials has prompted the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to look at revamping landfill rules.

Are Mixed-Use Projects the Right Path Forward for the Twin Cities?

We explore the benefits and challenges of the mixed-use development approach.

Renovation Woes Force Sale of The Soap Factory

RJM Construction is forcing a sheriff’s sale on the arts center’s Minneapolis headquarters after incurring extraneous expenses from a top-to-bottom renovation it was hired to complete.

Latest Fight Over Controversial Landlord’s Minneapolis Properties Puts Spotlight on Housing Court

Del Campo Chacon’s eviction fight — part of a larger struggle among a group of families living in five Frenz properties on the same block — is a new chapter in a long story, one that includes allegations of fraud, unsanitary conditions, rent strikes and city intervention.

Will a Five-Star Hotel Finally Land in the Twin Cities?

United Properties inked a term sheet with Four Seasons for the Gateway tower in Minneapolis.

How The Waters is Reinventing Senior Living

The senior housing developer breaks new ground with branded communities and a focus on well-being.

Blake Hastings Leaves CBRE to Join Oppidan

The local developer is seeing strong growth beyond Minnesota.

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.

Nicollet Mall Facelift Gets New Look With Cost Cuts

The project swaps out pavers for concrete after a sole bid came in $24 million over budget.

Who Is Ned Abdul?

And how did he buy one of the best redevelopment spots in town?

DEED Awards $6.2M To Cleanup, Redevelop Target Field Station And 13 Other Sites

The money used on these projects will help fund the creation or retention of 2,322 jobs across the state.

A Hotel Rises In Uptown

Graves looks set to be the one who builds Uptown’s first hotel.

Average Home Price In Minnesota Rises In October

Job growth and low mortgage rates have fueled the rise in home prices around the U.S.

Contractor Indicted For Using Phony Documents To Win Gov’t Contracts

The RSI Associates contractor allegedly used the money gained from construction contracts to buy jet skis, snowmobiles, luxury cars and gold coins.

Co-Working Space Industrious Opens In Minneapolis

The company offers an alternative to area heavyweight CoCo.

U Of M, United States Golf Association Form Research Partnership

The USGA wants to revitalize the game of golf with the help of the state’s largest higher education institution.

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.

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.

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