Roess’ Development is planning a project which would include a 10 story hotel, 138 hotel rooms and a 5,500-square-foot restaurant.
The owner of the 4-story, abandoned, TCF Bank building located at 801 Marquette Avenue has major plans in the works to tear down the existing structure and replace it with a 50-story tower.
It was announced last week that Downtown East will officially receive it’s first chain grocery store.
What once was said to become an Avenue of the Arts has a new proposed plan looking ahead.
The historic “Pillsbury Best Flour” sign, which has stood atop of what now is the new A-Mill artists lofts, has been refurbished and is set to be installed next Monday.
Park Commissioners of the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board voted 7-1 last Wednesday to approve a concept design of a nearly $27 million overhaul of the downtown Minneapolis riverfront.
It’s been about 21 months since the first loads of dirt were hauled off of the U.S. Bank Stadium construction site.
The “movie adaptation of a childhood classic” has made its way to Minneapolis this week.
As you may or may not know, the Twin Cities brewery scene has been exploding within recent years. This weekend is your chance to take a one-of-a-kind tour around the Twin Cities and visit nine unique local breweries. Saturday, September 5th, GetKnit presents “Rails & Ales: Light Rail Brewery Crawl”. Using the green line to your […]
According to a recent article on MarketWatch, many parents are turning the traditional cost of student housing on its ear by purchasing condos for their college-bound students. Rather than paying through the nose for a dorm room or apartment with no hope of a profit, these parents are looking to buy low and sell high […]