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About 900 initial residences tied to healthy living are planned in Las Vegas, Miami and Dallas.
City is expected to finalize sale of property by end of June; tower to be one of 10 tallest in Mpls.
The 122-page report suggests 18 cities where the project could be located and the prospect of a relatively modest $3 million to $5 million in public subsidies.
Its new logo signifies that bank goes "above and beyond" for its customers.
Some of the most recognizable skyscrapers in downtown Minneapolis have recently been snatched up by deep-pocketed companies.
Tim Hortons shops in Minnesota close as franchisee accuses parent company of providing "bogus" financial projections.
The Lab lets beer makers test ingredients and get drinkers' feedback on their new brews.
Shorter name unifies 500 staff after 2014 merger.
Founder said that other arms of parent company Thor Cos., which provided consulting, design, and development services, will continue in some capacity, though he didn't specify which ones.
Diessner is part of the third generation of his family to help lead Kraus-Anderson companies.
A new report shows only 11% of study respondents associated them to the environment.
Street Factory Media prides itself on being the agency to go to get things done, or more specifically, built.
A project that would redevelop the downtown parking lot receives key city approval.
Accounting firm KPMG has a new managing partner for its Minneapolis office. Tim Forstad has replaced George Kehl, who will retire from the firm later…
Downtown Minneapolis pop-up market gives entrepreneurs bigger exposure.
The 57-story office tower is being purchased by a Connecticut-based group that plans to renovate the complex and add amenities.
Selby Milton Victoria Project is the product of the first commercial land trust in St. Paul.
The fitness club company is aiming to promote health as an essential part of work life
Regis will occupy the top four floors of Target Corp.'s former west corporate campus along Interstate 394.
Its new office will give it more elbow room to accommodate double the staff.
$7M renovation brings modern amenities to former Marquette Plaza
Soon contractors are scheduled to begin to cut the openings in the downtown Minneapolis store's lower floors to create a large atrium. Still, the work has hit delays.
In 1971, Swiggum was selected as the director and choreographer for the St. Louis Park Parkettes.
Minneapolis advertising agency Preston Kelly wants to stay positive.The independent creative firm has new leadership after its longtime Chief Executive Chuck Kelly recently announced his…
As rents rise and redevelopment hits, groups are working to keep the area's commercial real estate affordable.
When Thrivent Financial moves into its new corporate headquarters next year, its investment division will move into space of its own.The 300-member team, which includes…
Novak, who was managing director of Twin Cities office, replaces Mike Buchner, who also was promoted.
WeWork's office in the Nordic building will be its third Twin Cities location.
The 183-room full-service hotel is the latest addition to the city's lodging market.
Year after merger, the law firm is making big changes.
The university aims to raise its profile outside of the Twin Cities area.
Many companies have opted to grow their in-house creative advertising shops instead of relying solely on outside advertising firms.
The SPS Tower in downtown Minneapolis has sold for $144 million to a Japanese company, further indication of the area's growing attractiveness to out-of-town investors.SPS…
Local agencies are not spearheading national spots during this year's broadcast.
Parking has become tight in the North Loop area as the number of surface lots has dwindled.
Minn. CPAs have hands full, but it's "what we do."
The coworking company's WeWork Labs offers investor introductions, pitch nights and other features.
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.
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