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Continued: New condo project is taking shape in the North Loop

  • Article by: JIM BUCHTA , Star Tribune
  • Last update: August 15, 2014 - 10:52 PM

The project has already been through an informal review process that includes members of the city planning commission, the Heritage Preservation Commission and a neighborhood group. Response was favorable, Miller said, but some tweaks will be made before it heads to full review by the HPC and the Planning Commission’s Committee of the Whole.

“I’m fairly confident that we’ll proceed with it,” Gunsbury said. “But it’s really complicated.”

Kroll, chair of the North Loop Neighborhood Association’s Livability Committee, is also optimistic.

“Neighbors that I have spoken to are excited to see this project come online,” he said. “There has been so much growth in the neighborhood, and people are happy to see the North Loop continue to grow.”

Jim Buchta • 612-673-7376

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