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Wells Fargo's Prosperity branch in St. Paul serves a diverse community, where customers can still take advantage of face-to-face banking.
Thor Cos., the state's largest minority-owned company, is on the verge of financial collapse, according to the lawsuit filed in Hennepin County District Court.
Firm paid $18.25M for the 16-story Alliance building, with more on the horizon.
Twin Cities career coaches say people can feel stuck for many reasons, but it's never too late to answer the question: What's important?
Developer United Properties had appealed staff recommendations to deny a large sign and a drive-up entrance for the 37-story tower at Hennepin and Washington.
It will bring 120 workers to its new office in St. Paul.
United Properties says tower needs rooftop sign for anchor tenant and a drive-up entrance.
For 60 years, Lou Everett helped capture the voices of angels. Delta Records, the independent record label he co-founded with a friend, recorded and distributed…
More privacy in open offices, design that reflects the company ethos and more adaptable layouts are among changes employers are making.
Developer leading the buy has served prison time for fraud in recent years.
Job growth has slowed in Minn. from its pace earlier this year and now trails U.S.
Renovations nearly done at former Ecolab HQ and the building is about two-thirds leased.
Chameleon Consortium wants to test a retail pop-up concept in downtown Minneapolis office.
The deal is one of the biggest involving a Minnesota tech startup in years.
The Residence Inn in St. Paul was built around the city's oldest surviving fire station, on Grand Avenue.
The real estate company is taking calculated risks throughout the Twin Cities.
Change follows trend of local agencies being rebranded.
It's the latest domino to fall in the Twin Cities' ever-changing advertising landscape marked by deals.
People are looking for more: "It's a factor in recruiting and retaining employees."
A group representing Somali staffers plans to protest what it says are unfair conditions at a Shakopee facility.
A 19-year-old woman was killed when she lost control of the minivan she was driving Friday in central Minnesota. Yasmin Abdi Ahmed, of Willmar, had…
Real estate startup Musicant Group is all about experiences.
Developers had long hoped to line up Four Seasons to occupy the hotel space in the new tower planned for the north end of Nicollet Mall.
Student-operated creative agency takes on more outside clients.
Decision by Minneapolis developer Ryan Cos. to propose apartments follows a failed attempt to land an anchor tenant for an office tower.
Report finds support for hiring initiatives but little change in the workplace.
United Properties plans tower with office space, hotel rooms downtown.
A 194-unit student housing complex near the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis was recently sold for a little more than $58 million.The complex, 44 North…
When Tom Dinndorf wasn't working, he was chasing planes.Dinndorf, who became a private pilot at the age of 16, spent many a day with a…
It has developed a website that aims to make it easier to share commercial office space ideas.
With the more than $10 million in work, the complex's confusing skyway connections are streamlined and brightened.
More developers have begun to test the market and invest in renovations and construction of new office space.
September housing numbers show more homes on the market than a year ago, continuing a slow shift.
Rising 550 feet along the riverfront in the Mill District, the Eleven would be the tallest residential tower in the state.
The former managing director of the CBRE office in Minneapolis starts on Nov. 1.
The Twin Cities metro will have one full-line Sears — at the Mall of America.
The former Milwaukee Road Depot is being renovated again to add more event space.
The workers will move from Minnetonka to the MoZaic East building.
He will succeed current managing partner Ken Cutler in a three-year term starting Jan 1.
U research envisions major changes as cities adapt to autonomous vehicles.
New HQ will have labs and common areas to enhance teams' digital innovation.
The University of Minnesota is continuing to share stories of several of its researchers and their effects on the state.
The Denver-based 801 Chophouse will open next fall.
The Dykema law office in Minneapolis has recently added attorneys Robert C. Freed and Conrad A. Hansen to bolster the firm's intellectual property practices, the…
Although growing, co-working is not as widespread in the Twin Cities compared to other major metro areas.
The company emphasizes technology in its bed and brand awareness in its downtown Minneapolis offices.
Gateway development in downtown Minneapolis to include hotel, offices, condos.
Ramsey County staffers are in talks with several developers on how to transform the former West Publishing Co. site.
Renovation of the iconic St. Paul building is to include 170 apartments.
The building is near the firm's MoZaic offices.
St. Louis Park-based Paster Properties has purchased another retail and office building in the North Loop. Paster Properties has bought the Jacobson building at 606…
Millions of dollars are being poured into the redevelopment of the last surface parking lots on the east end of downtown Minneapolis.
Parking lots and vacant lots in Minneapolis are targeted for redevelopment along Washington Avenue.
The Lowertown building has been sold to a group of developers, and the business plans to move.
The Minnetonka office tower will get a modern update.
Kraus-Anderson proposes plan for downtown Mpls. site; the bank would stay.
Hoskin has a lot of shovels in the ground.
An unusual partnership between the Hennepin Theatre Trust and the jerky maker has led to a new theater lounge.
Planned Parenthood has provided more details on the Uptown clinic that it plans to build financed by donations, including a $6.5 million gift. The nonprofit…
The 168-unit luxury hotel at 9th Street and 5th Avenue will open next month.
Doran RE Partners will have similar focus of Doran but with separate capital.
The merger will take effect in October.
The team is one of a handful of football teams moving this year away from print tickets.
As more female creatives step into the C-suite, they are shifting the way agencies do business.
Former St. Paul landmark now includes co-working space called Wellworth.
Revered for his artistic eye for ads and clever headlines, Anderson built a lasting legacy in his ability to mentor and elevate others.
The Raymond Group paid nearly $2.6 million for a surface parking lot on the corner of Jackson Street and E. 9th Street, a couple blocks from Mears Park.
Apartments and grocery store could be added to food-hall development near Surly Brewing.
That's the verdict of one of downtown's busiest and most engaged observers, who shares his views.
But the recently imposed tariffs on critical components of most office and industrial buildings have left construction companies guessing.
Little immediate impact is expected from the sale of the hotel company to Shanghai-based Jin Jiang.
Ryan Cos. has tentatively prepared to change its site plan so residents would get to the 101-unit condo building and parking ramp from 11th Avenue via a private road.
After pushback, architects' latest plan for the Edina project includes a pedestrian-friendly promenade.
Sale continues PR industry consolidation trend.
Hospitality company is rolling out a major redesign of its Radisson hotel rooms.
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