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RJM Construction to move from North Loop to Golden Valley

RJM Construction, which leased space in the Loose-Wiles building in the North Loop since 2013, will move about 70 people to an office building it purchased near the intersection of Hwy. 55 and Hwy. 169.

The company is at capacity in the 29,000 square feet of space on the sixth and seventh floors of the brick-and-timber building on Washington Avenue, said RJM spokeswoman Mindy Bohumolski.

RJM plans to move into the 36,000-square-foot building at 830 Boone Ave. N. in the fall after renovations.

The company purchased the building at the end of last year for more than $1.8 million. RJM will occupy the entire building after Brink’s Inc., which offers secure transportation of valuables, moves out.

Developer looking at building entertainment venue near Target Field

Fans at Target Field may have a lot more to cheer for besides baseball. Developer United Properties plans to build an entertainment venue on the other side of the second platform of the Target Field light rail station.

United Properties owns the small field close to the stadium on the corner of N. 6th Avenue and N. 5th Street.

While the developer has been mum on the details for the space, it has confirmed that there have been discussions to build “a restaurant/entertainment venue with a directly adjacent hotel at that site,” said Sheila Thelemann, spokeswoman for United Properties, in an e-mail.

The developer hopes to be able to submit plans to the city by the second quarter of the year.
United Properties is the development company of the Pohlad family which owns the Minnesota Twins baseball team. United Properties also owns the nearby Ford Center.