In case you’ve never been, or have been planning to go this year, the St. Paul Winter Carnival is taking place this week. This is a great family friendly event that embraces winter in some unique, fun and educational ways.
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The General Mills Foundation presented the Minneapolis Parks Foundation with a three million dollar “birthday gift to Minneapolis” today.
Sunday, December 20th marks the last day of Holidazzle 2015. “Holidazzle creates a community gathering place and holiday destination for people of all ages to come together and celebrate winter in Downtown Minneapolis.
Hennepin County Medical Center has officially broken ground on a $221 million expansion, their biggest expansion to date.
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.