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.
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.
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.
The co-working leader is expanding before its new home in Minneapolis even opens.
City officials unanimously approved plans for City Place, which will feature a grocery store, other retail, a hotel, office buildings, and more; work will begin this fall.
Arc'teryx is the first new tenant to join Calhoun Square under the center's new ownership; it is opening across the street from North Face and Columbia stores.
Critics have filed an appeal over a revised, 20-unit plan for condos in the South Minneapolis neighborhood.
A new 40-story tower proposal may buck the recent rental trend.
Opus unveiled plans for a two-building development that could include a hotel, apartments, townhomes, retailers, and up to 300 parking stalls.
A reconstruction of the often-congested corridor could begin in 2015.
Among the newly announced tenants at Twin Cities Premium Outlets are Armani, 7 for All Mankind, Steve Madden, Vera Bradley, and Ann Taylor.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority's "State of the Stadium" report provides an update on progress while piggybacking on the attention Minneapolis received during the MLB All Star Game.
For the first time, Mayo Clinic claimed the top spot on U.S. News & World Report’s prestigious “Honor Roll” list.
A new report outlines a framework for an "urban village" at Snelling and University Avenues; meanwhile, the city of St. Paul is seeking proposals for the “Seven Corners Gateway.”
The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Thursday that four men were charged in connection with an alleged mortgage fraud scheme involving an Excelsior-based real estate firm.
Smack Shack, World Street Kitchen, Fulton Beer, Day Block Brewing Company, Louie’s Wine Dive, Lake & Irving, Yogurt Lab, and Agra Culture hope to add outdoor space.
Though details of the requirements are still under discussion, the new regulations governing residential construction of one-to-four unit structures are likely to address the height and setbacks of buildings.
Plans that called for a 27-story tower—including a parking ramp, apartments, and a Radisson Red hotel—have been revised.
Minneapolis rejected one plan that would've housed Dogwood Coffee and Rustica Bakery and another to draw film-industry tenants; the parcel was taken “off the market.”
The Brooklyn Park-based contractor said the deal will boost its presence in the electrical control systems market.
Minnesota’s labor force rebounded in May, driven in part by the construction and manufacturing sectors, although the state’s annual job-growth rate continues to lag the national average.
Steele Fitness is further expanding its gym membership program and plans for five to seven new gym locations by the end of the year.
The Loose-Wiles Building quickly went from vacant to 94 percent full in Minneapolis’ fast-growing North Loop neighborhood.
Keith Waters and Carter Siverson, who were previously fined by the state, now face criminal charges for allegedly failing to pay subcontractors for work on Twin Cities homes and a worship center in Victoria.