Nashville location to open in 2020.
CBRE Group sees room to grow for flexible office space market.
The company is staying in downtown Minneapolis, but it’s moved to roomier digs.
The developer has secured permitting for a 92-unit apartment building in St. Paul’s Capitol Heights neighborhood.
The 284-unit senior living center will gain 96 new apartments, along with a new health center building.
Prices start at $900,000 for units in Eleven tower
The firm aims to move into the new skyscraper in early 2022.
Later this summer, “several new tenants” are slated to be revealed, the company says.
Home sales, however, are still on the downswing, with single-family home sales declining 7.5 percent year over year.
Developers of the Dayton's Project sought the designation, which makes the retail/office project eligible for federal tax credits.
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.
Can two downtown Minneapolis park projects both green up in competition for philanthropic dollars?
Sales rose nearly 7 percent despite a roughly 20 percent drop in active properties.
The number of permitted multifamily and single-family units being built around the metro declined dramatically in February.
Can a shadowy group throw a wrench into Rochester’s $6 billion plan?
Long-awaited renovation likely to begin soon on centerpiece of Duluth’s arts district.
The company’s latest funding round brings its lifetime seed money total to roughly $3.7 million.
Sales growth at older stores are lagging behind its newer operations, but the company hopes to change that.
The company is moving workers from its St. Paul and Roseville offices into the expanded space.
The agency is leaving its Wayzata office park to attract creative employees drawn to working in the city.
The project swaps out pavers for concrete after a sole bid came in $24 million over budget.
And how did he buy one of the best redevelopment spots in town?
The money used on these projects will help fund the creation or retention of 2,322 jobs across the state.