United Properties has offered more details about an entertainment complex that would include an eight-story hotel and music venue it wants to build close to Target Field in downtown Minneapolis.

United Properties owns the field close to the stadium on the corner of 6th Avenue N. and N. 5th Street.

In a meeting last week, the City Council approved submission of environmental grant funding applications for the site. The hotel is proposed to have 154 units and underground parking and connect to the two-level performance venue.

The building cost of the project would be about $45 million.

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