Susan Feyder

Reporter | Suburban business
Phone: 612-673-1723
Susan Feyder writes about suburban business and economic development with a focus on Dakota and Scott counties.

Recent content from Susan Feyder

Dust-up over proposed senior housing in Inver Grove Heights

A small patch of land in Inver Grove Heights has become the focal point of a standoff between its would-be...

Updated: May 03, 2014, - 02:00 PM

Biz briefs: Law firms move to Apple Valley

Apple Valley recently gained two law firms.The Tentinger Law Firm, P.A., owned by Rosemount resident Jay Tentinger, purchased and moved...

Updated: May 03, 2014, - 02:00 PM

On tap in Shakopee: A new brewery for Badger Hill Brewing

Badger Hill Brewing is moving to its own site, quenching the city’s thirst for a microbrewery.

Updated: April 29, 2014, - 04:16 PM

Business beat: New restaurant for Eagan

Blue Stone Steak & Seafood recently opened in the Grand Oak Business Park near the intersection of Hwy. 55 and...

Updated: April 28, 2014, - 04:04 PM

Rosemount hires help to recruit retail

City leaders look for guidance on the types of merchants that would best fit the community.

Updated: April 26, 2014, - 06:00 PM

April 22: In Minnesota, the (wine) glass is half full

A harsh Minnesota winter dented, but didn’t decimate, area grapevines, thanks to a heavy blanket of snow.

Updated: April 22, 2014, - 01:54 PM

Business briefs: Apple Valley industrial complex expanding

Construction recently began on the latest phase of Apple Valley Business Campus, a multi­tenant industrial building project at the intersection...

Updated: April 19, 2014, - 07:10 PM

Lakeville restricts night-by-night rentals of spare rooms

Complaints lead to measure to limit growing industry of using private homes as a B & B.

Updated: April 14, 2014, - 06:26 AM

Biz briefs: Valmont in Farmington gets job-creation grant

Valmont Industries’ operation in Farmington was one of five businesses from around Minnesota recently awarded funds by a new state...

Updated: April 12, 2014, - 02:00 PM

Many Twin Cities golf sites changing course

From new clubhouses to total makeovers, operations in numerous cities diversify to make money and slow the losses from fewer rounds being played.

Updated: April 11, 2014, - 01:38 AM

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