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With an expected capital investment of $5 billion and the prospect of an office that will house tens of thousands of well-paid workers, Amazon presents the economic development opportunity of a generation. But Minnesota leaders and executives remain cautious.
Meetings are scheduled for Monday to determine "next steps" in the process.
Initially restrained, Minnesota is putting resources into its bid.
Office tenants in the newly revamped Fifth Street Towers in Minneapolis won't even have to leave the skyway level to meet clients for happy hour.
A complaint was filed by a family of a man who was killed in a Michigan crash.
Dunwoody College of Technology has plans to expand its Minneapolis campus with a $10 million renovation. The update comes as the school adds to its…
While the Super Bowl brings opportunities, the National Football League has been notoriously protective of its trademarks.
For the sixth year straight, Minneapolis has passed the billion-dollar benchmark.
The 59-acre property, the last farm in the suburb, has been owned by the same family since 1932. Bloomington hopes it will become the site for the 2023 World's Fair.
City Center Realty Partners, which brought the suit, had a letter of intent with Macy's but didn't reach a deal.
Some Twin Cities tech leaders say the state's economic future shouldn't be handcuffed by homegrown companies Target and Best Buy.
Ramsey County calls off deal with developer over parking structure costs.
The company uses its 100-person, 29,000-square-foot space as a "worklab" in Minneapolis.
Greater MSP is already working with state economic development agency to put together a proposal.
Today's real-life dramas of the owners and tenants on the corner of 7th Street and Nicollet Mall tell a bigger tale. An acceleration of retail store closings in the Twin Cities and across the country is pushing property owners into upheaval, forcing them to try new strategies to fill spaces that are often cavernous and awkward.
The 10-story development will incorporate 57 apartments, a seven-level elevated parking garage with additional underground space that could accommodate 400 vehicles, and office and retail space.
Cameron’s Coffee has increased its warehouse space in Shakopee as its sales have continued to grow, especially online. Cameron’s signed a lease renewal and expansion…
Initial plans fell through when Mortenson Development announced it was abandoning a plan to build a 10-story tower with a 235-room Hyatt Centric hotel on the property.
New plans suggest the building would have more housing units, and may be a mix of rentals and condos.
The outdoor retailer will occupy about 25,000 square feet of space in the Normandale Lake Office Park.
An Edina med-tech industrial building has been sold for $11.2 million, another indicator of the solidity of the industrial market in the Twin Cities.The Edina…
Several new real estate projects include office space that would offer short-term leases or accommodate shared work hubs
The deal puts a well-regarded chain of Midwest hotels in the hands of one of the industry's giants.
The Maplewood company has a small number of people working in Lowertown.
For St. Paul, the redevelopment of one of its tallest buildings is viewed as a way to spearhead growth downtown.
Developers resubmitted plans after a property owner on one side of France Avenue balked.
A Plymouth medical office building has been purchased for $11.9 million. The Plymouth City Center Medical Building, located near the intersection of 36th Avenue N.…
Software design firm taps outsider as a president, looks for new CEO.
The Twin Cities commercial real estate market trucked along at a slightly slower, but still healthy pace during the first half of the year, according…
The city will request new proposals for a strip on Washington Avenue near the Guthrie Theater.
It's the second big ramp proposed in recent months for the North Loop.
Target, already an MLS sponsor, continues to make investments in soccer.
Commercial business collaborative aims to broaden mission.
The building, which is getting a new name and quick updates, will be open in September.
The remodeled building will continue to be a venue for concerts and large events after the Super Bowl.
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 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 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.
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