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The plan is the likely first step in redeveloping three surface parking areas.
Frauenshuh Commercial Real Estate Group has acquired Minnetonka-based BTO Development LLC to expand its property management and development capabilities. As part of the development, BTO…
The Varsity Theater in Minneapolis may soon rock again after a new owner says it plans to return music shows to the Dinkytown landmark.
Buyers plan an upgrade to the historic complex.
Services unit is expected to stay in Mendota Heights.
The bridge is part of a plan to remake a busy Edina intersection and provide a missing link of the Nine Mile Creek Regional Trail.
The Centennial Lakes Office Park in Edina has been awarded the International TOBY Award for outstanding building of the year in its category.
Twin Cities builders and contractors are in the midst of one of their busiest years. But a shortage of skilled workers means that new projects are costing more and taking longer to complete.
The $500 million makeover of Edina's Pentagon Park is getting a makeover. CBRE recently announced that it is marketing 28 acres of the 42-acre site, which is being renamed The Link, for sale as housing.
The Vikings on Thursday officially announced their marketing launch for Viking Lakes, a 200-acre project.
Pollard used data to help Coca-Cola more effectively spend $2 billion a year in advertising.
Several companies at the top of the small business list know how to let their workers have a little fun.
Property management company fired employee, and he briefly went missing.
A new co-working space will open soon in Capella Tower in downtown Minneapolis. WeWork will open its first Twin Cities location in the office building…
The North Loop complex would be named for the famed rock venue in San Francisco.
Several Twin Cities projects are underway, seeking to adapt to the industry's latest trends.
Cray is the first tenant to occupy the Offices at MOA, a 10-story office building next to the JW Marriott hotel at the mall.
Hilton puts $25 million into upgrades, including restaurant called Jacques.
A new Minneapolis consulting group is helping clients make their websites accessible to those with disabilities
The former Macy's store in downtown Minneapolis could possibly get a food hall and new-to-market retailers as more details and another partner — Mid-America Real Estate Minnesota — emerged Wednesday in the makeover.
South Dakota construction company accused of relying on foreign workers over locals at Minnesota project
State union said the company has a record of exploiting a federal visa program for temporary foreign employees.
The 20- and 24-story towers will transform the look of France Avenue near Southdale.
Bank of America wants to open an unstaffed branch, but Minneapolis argues it would violate ATM ordinances.
It is using digital channels to improve the experience for business-trip clients.
The move to the hip downtown Minneapolis neighborhood was meant to increase the firm's visibility.
The Peanuts brand, which includes the animated Charlie Brown and Snoopy characters who came to life in Minnesota, will soon be under a different corporate umbrella.
It has a possible tenant with "significant interest."
The former U.S. attorney will lead white-collar defense practice for Jones Day in the Twin Cities
The new CEO of Carlson Hotels is heading to Rezidor, while another HNA exec steps in.
The new annex is in addition to the large addition that the plumbing pipe maker completed last year.
United Properties has paid Minneapolis $100K to hold the deal as it seeks funding.
The state's largest minority-owned business is turning itself into a one-stop shop
The building will be used for life science research.
According to documents filed with city planners, it is planning a three-building, mixed-use project.
Dutch Thalhuber, the firm's chief operating officer, steps into a bigger role.
A Minneapolis marketing agency is using innovative digital tools to better place and analyze performance of radio spots.
Andrew Parker launches his third firm in the Twin Cities.
Minnesota's annual job growth rate inched ahead of nation's for first time since July 2014.
Plans for more housing, retail and parking were approved by the City Council on Tuesday night.
After spending hours observing Twin Citians trim their grass, Toro's leaders came to realize a little-discussed landscaping fact: People actually spend a lot of time mowing their grass backward.
Kluger Kaplan said it views the Twin Cities as an "underserved market." Daniel Rosen, Minneapolis attorney known for eminent domain work, will lead office.
The Millwright office building is Ryan Cos.' latest addition to Downtown East.
PAK Properties plans to renovate the downtown St. Paul tower into "modern office space."
The firm promoted its head of public relations to the post.
The developers will build an apartment tower on what is now a surface parking lot.
Robotic software can be a faster, cheaper and often more accurate option.
Drop-offs could soon be very different at the former Rainbow Foods store on East Lake Street in Minneapolis.
Mayo Clinic Square, once known as Block E, snatched up for $98M.
Bob Goff partnered with Nick Coleman to build one of Minnesota's first PR firms.
The Minneapolis marketing agency goes to London to study international retail trends.
More and more industrial firms in the Twin Cities are providing the new perks as they build or remodel production facilities and warehouses.
There's a local and national shift to apply business management principles traditionally used in manufacturing to law firms as clients push for more efficient legal services.
The impact of the flurry of openings in North America was offset by operations in Europe.
The new $79 million Bell Museum + Planetarium has siding of local white pine that has been installed to last
The store will be built in the southwest corner of Southdale Center.
Marcus Fischer, its president since 2013, will lead firm as it continues to expand.
Habits of Twin Cities tenants are evolving, forcing the industry to adapt to new landscape
Beer is Scott Ebert’s business. As the head of the “beverages practice” at accounting and advisory firm Baker Tilly, Ebert has developed a knack for…
The Ironclad mixed-use project, which includes a Marriott Moxy hotel on Washington Avenue near U.S. Bank Stadium, was given the green light by the city…
United Properties will lead the work and become a part-owner of the complex.
The selling price on the Macy’s store in downtown Minneapolis was $59 million in cash. Macy’s Inc. said Wednesday it completed the sale to 601W…
Treasure Island Resort and Casino has entered an agreement for naming rights for the redeveloped building
Orthopedic group will open clinic in old Macy's building in St. Paul.
To broaden its image and attract new customers, Jack Link's has begun to expand product lines, shift marketing and open a new showroom and office in downtown Minneapolis near Target Center.
More retail and creative office space is planned for the North Loop in Minneapolis. St. Louis Park-based developer Paster Properties, along with the Urban Anthology…
Chimneys at Energy Park will become event center.
Amid high rents and big departures, some hope to save downtown Minneapolis shopping.
Super Bowl drama a perfect fit for Buffalo Wild Wings' TV ads about influencing live sporting events.
The Super Bowl is one of the biggest marketing events anywhere, but it's a challenging one.
Two Men-In-Black type characters show Brett Favre video evidence of a force taking control of his passes in midair.
As a tribute to its nearly 20-year history, the rink will have expanded hours and offer free coffee and hot chocolate on weekdays before it closes on March 11.
City Center Realty alleges that it was strung along before Macy's sold its downtown Minneapolis store to someone else.
The site where inmates used to be jailed along the riverfront in downtown St. Paul may be transformed into a five-star hotel, according to recently…
HNA makes its first moves to reshape the Minnesota-based owner of Radisson hotels.
The North Loop’s makeover in the past 20 years has given new life to brick-and-timber warehouses that once housed factories, car and implement dealers and…
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