Susan Feyder

Reporter | Suburban business
Phone: 952-746-3282
Susan Feyder writes about suburban business and economic development with a focus on Dakota and Scott counties.

Recent content from Susan Feyder

Bizbeat: Burnsville gas station cleared to make way for new development

The Stop N Go is gone.The Burnsville gas station and convenience store, whose full name was Gateway Stop N Go,...

Updated: October 05, 2013, - 02:00 PM

Extreme Sandbox is the place with big toys for big people

Extreme Sandbox, an oversized sandpit where grown-ups can get their hands on heavy construction equipment, is now building a permanent...

Updated: October 05, 2013, - 02:00 PM

Extreme makeover planned for Eagan's Lockheed site

The latest development plan for the old campus location has office space and more breathing room, but no housing.

Updated: October 01, 2013, - 02:40 PM

Lakeville residents oppose extended hours for Midwest Asphalt gravel pit

Neighbors say noise, dust and lights already make the gravel pit a nuisance.

Updated: September 30, 2013, - 09:42 AM

Bizbeat: Burnsville complex part of large commercial portfolio sale

A large industrial complex in Burnsville recently changed hands as part of a sale of five commercial and industrial properties...

Updated: September 28, 2013, - 02:00 PM

Burnsville, Savage ponder financial help for senior housing

Burnsville and Savage are studying tax-increment financing requests.

Updated: September 24, 2013, - 03:44 PM

A new blueprint for County Road 42 in Prior Lake

The city has extended a development moratorium while it reviews land-use ideas from a consultant’s study.

Updated: September 24, 2013, - 03:43 PM

Plan for ex-Lockheed site in Eagan revised

Although still mostly retail, the new development also would include some office space.

Updated: September 24, 2013, - 04:59 AM

Bizbeat: Dakota Scott Workforce Services gets $400,000 grant

Dakota Scott Workforce Service was one of 24 state organizations recently awarded grants totaling $6.2 million from the Minnesota Department...

Updated: September 21, 2013, - 04:51 PM

When it comes to apples, a late crop is better than no crop

A cool spring means apples have taken longer to ripen, but growers say the yield should be up from last year’s poor crop.

Updated: September 17, 2013, - 03:49 PM

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