United Properties inked a term sheet with Four Seasons for the Gateway tower in Minneapolis.
The senior housing developer breaks new ground with branded communities and a focus on well-being.
The local developer is seeing strong growth beyond Minnesota.
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.
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.
The restaurant's sale augurs long-term change near the U.
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, recognizes this year’s top projects in the Twin Cities metro area.
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.
An updated version of the proposed comprehensive plan is set to released sometime next week.
The Minneapolis City Planning Commission is considering about 1,500 new units at a Thursday meeting.
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.
How the Schwieters brothers’ construction businesses used the recession as a springboard for expansion and diversification.
The record deal won’t result in a change in management.
In 1915, the Minneapolis Park Board pioneered the use of urban renewal when it built Gateway Park, on a triangular two-block site that included the early City Hall.
The city's zoning ordinances don’t allow hotels of any size in many parts of the city. That may change thanks to Restaurant Alma owner Roberts.
Three other proposals for the Nicollet Hotel block are still under consideration.
Now several high-powered real-estate groups are vying to fill the Washington Avenue site with massive towers.
Plans call for a 23,000-square-foot structure at 525 Third St. N. in Minneapolis.
The industrial market is the busiest commercial category, and office vacancy rates are dropping.
Developers feeling bullish on downtown Minneapolis.
The preservation of landmark buildings is dictated as much by what we see through as what we see.
Marquette Advisors finds continued demand for new rental units.
The lean years over, new projects are rising and more are planned.
Eighteen months after Macy's announced it was abandoning downtown, reality is setting in: the store's old building isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Multimillion-dollar investment will help about 20 Twin Citians move into homes.
An adjacent building will be able to accommodate further expansion.
The delayed and controversial Linden Crossing development looks like a go.
The Summit Avenue mansion’s previous tenant, the College of Visual Arts, was shuttered in June 2013.
One site fueling speculation is 1301 W. Lake St., a vacant parcel next to Calhoun Square.