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The mall said it's not been able to tap federal aid programs to fill an 85% decline in revenue.
Building standards such as LEED, RELi and WELL are piloting tweaks to respond to the coronavirus spread.
The listing of the building near Gold Medal Park follows the permanent closure of the Izzy's outlet in St. Paul.
Co-working operators have their work cut out but see promise as they move to make their offices safe.
Companies are rushing to readjust their office designs as they prepare to reopen, putting aside flashy office amenities to focus on employee safety.
As retail tenants have struggled to pay rent, many say landlords are being flexible to accommodate.
Many business owners in industries from hair salons to restaurants and fitness centers want to know when they can fully open and what they need to do before that date.
The power sports vehicle maker's stock rose in early trading despite first quarter earnings that fell well short of estimates.
Companies have suspended programs or switched to remote formats, changing a rite of summer.
Unease during pandemic provides a "perfect storm" for preying on consumers.
Here's just one sign of the toll: Of the more than 482,000 Minnesotans who have scrambled to apply for unemployment benefits since March 16, 400,000-plus of those applications are new accounts.
Many ad agencies have seen business decline and dramatic change in messaging due to COVID-19.
Pact includes $650,000 payment and donation of virus-related construction services.
It is the largest real estate deal in state history by square footage.
As occupancy plunges, Twin Cities operators are repurposing their properties.
Marketing campaign blankets state with PSAs on billboards, TV and social media.
Operators scramble to keep supplies coming and their employees safe.
The attractions had been scheduled to debut this spring, but will be delayed for an unknown period.
Many independent contractors and freelancers are ineligible for unemployment compensation. Nearly one in five Americans work full-time in such jobs.
Hotels have high labor costs and large mortgages, which can make it difficult for owners to deal with extended periods of low occupancy.
Local businesses are reassessing operating plans amid reports of the spread of COVID-19.
Its third location, in the former YMCA building, is expected to open this fall.
Radisson Hotel Group has selected veteran Jim Alderman to serve as its new chief executive for the Americas. Alderman will be based in Minnetonka, the…
Spa and fitness club operators say they've seen little impact so far on use of their facilities.
Most of the money is targeted to revitalize several cultural districts within the city that have been identified as in need of investment.
The commercial real estate firm sees opportunities in niche industries and around the state.
Company is waiving cancellation fees in heavily affected areas.
Closed store space will offer social influencers and shoppers a place to interact with each other and brands.
Prices start at $900,000 for the 118 condos at the 41-story Eleven tower on the Mississippi riverfront, which isn't expected to be completed until late next year.
Career counselors share their advice for how recent graduates can land their first jobs.
The skyline of downtown St. Paul, left relatively unaltered for more than 30 years, could see some flashy additions — if developers and public officials can navigate some significant hurdles.
The program allows members to use their Apple Watches to do everything from booking classes to tracking challenges.
The combined company will be able to offer expanded direct marketing services via phone, online and direct mail.
Actress featured in Super Bowl ad highlighting small cities, one of many lighthearted, celebrity-driven spots.
The three-day Call of Duty League Launch Weekend will be the largest e-sports event so far in the Twin Cities.
The hotel is the first of Marriott International's extended-stay Element brand in the state.
The move comes after the firm acquired digital-design and consulting firm GoKart Labs in October.
RBC Wealth Management pushes for a more diverse and inclusive workplace.
The "lifestyle center" project will cost about $200 million, mall executives now say.
The largest independent marketing firm in Minneapolis looks to the future.
United Properties, the developer, sold the Element hotel to Duluth-based Lion Hotel Group.
Thompson served as the "city's own master builder," promoting the creation of many of the landmarks that define the City of Lakes.
Dominium had outgrown its space in Plymouth.
St. Paul's newly renovated Wycliff industrial building is the sort of project that is making the Midway the Twin Cities' next hot area for commercial development, with space for builders and makers.
Nonprofit has shifted its focus to connecting women in the creative fields with mentors.
Bigos Management, which owns two nearby apartment towers, buys struggling St. Paul building.
MinnMax offers weekly video podcasts on game industry news, providing an entertaining outlet for serious — and sometimes not so serious — discussion of the gaming industry.
The Xcel Energy headquarters and the 510 Marquette building have sold.
San Francisco-based real estate firm plans to renovate property.
Matt Marsh has worked at Deloitte his whole career,
Inspired by a wedding, Minneapolis firm DJR has designed cultural elements into public projects in the emerging East African country.
Company plans expansion into apartments, mall development and hotels.
Most of the amenities at the newly built North Loop development the Nordic are geared to appeal not only to its office tenants but also to neighborhood residents.
"I'm selling Minneapolis-St. Paul more today than ever," Brent Robertson says.
Closed since midsummer, the century-old landmark faces an uncertain futureTurning a page: Hill Library for sale
Under his leadership, Mortenson became the 16th-largest contractor in U.S.
Ron Clapp's idea is to transform the vacant buildings into an interactive art museum, entertainment center and creative playground.
NorthMarq will get a new leader early next year, though he will be a familiar face.
Gilmore Harris was known not only for his sequined jackets and shimmering pants but also for his knack for making strangers feel uplifted and welcomed.
The newly formed Lathrop GPM LLP will combine lawyers from nine states.
New team will compete in "Call of Duty" gaming league with colors and logo that resemble the NFL team.
The direct mail and telemarketing company cited shifting trends.
The closure of Ditech Financial cited as key factor in a decade-high rate of 21.1%.
Lupe Development project will replace motel, office space with medical building, restaurant, retail space.
Ryan Cos. and Excelsior Group have secured financing for the project but have not yet signed tenants.
A new three-level retail atrium in the bottom floors signifies the recent progress at the former downtown department store, being rehabbed into a contemporary office and retail complex in a $214 million project.
He was remembered as a hard worker whose work ethic and the care he took cultivating and maintaining relationships with people were worthy of admiration.
New Minneapolis content studio allows businesses to get professional photos and videos of products within 24 hours.
Tim Baylor wants to build market-rate apartments in north Minneapolis.
United Properties closes on sale to build RBC Gateway development with on-site work beginning this week.
Renewable Energy Partners founder is discouraged at delays in his green-tech education center.
Companies say open communication and ensuring employees feel valued are keys to success.
Jim Jennings would routinely visit his restaurants to eat lunch, chat with regulars and exchange business ideas with his managers on the back of beverage…
When it comes to spur creativity in a corporate environment, Michael Fanuele says there's probably no power more effective than passion.
About 900 initial residences tied to healthy living are planned in Las Vegas, Miami and Dallas.