15306-15500 Highway 7, Minnetonka After months of delays and design changes, Minneapolis developer Mark Davis has closed on land deals totaling $4.6 million, clearing the way for construction to start next week on the 63,000-square-foot Minnetonka Medical Building.
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WASHINGTON — U.S. home prices rose 12.4 percent in July compared with a year ago, the most since February 2006. An increase in sales on a limited supply of available homes drove the gains.
Recent developments suggest that the area around Snelling and Selby avenues in St. Paul could get a high-end grocery store and 206-unit apartment complex sooner rather than later.
The Interchange project’s name has gone the way of Hiawatha Light Rail Transit and the Central Corridor LRT. The Minnesota Twins, United Properties and Target Corp. reached a $3.75 million deal with Hennepin County — approved Thursday afternoon — to take over certain operations and other costs of the $85 million transit hub near Target Field.
A Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq Brokered Transaction A Florida developer has closed on a $4.85 million land deal to build 158 market-rate apartments in the West End mixed-use development in St. Louis Park. Millennium at West End LLC, an entity related to Dolce Living Homes LLC of Hallendale, Fla., closed Wednesday on the cash deal for […]
The downtown Minneapolis apartment building boom could soon produce much higher vacancy rates, according to the recent Compass report.
WOLVERTON, MINN. – Jay Nord surveyed his wheat field from the seat of a combine as he mowed down this year’s crop. The impressive machine is a new Case IH with 60 percent more horsepower than his old combine and the ability to harvest one-third more grain with each pass.
Despite a barrage of new apartment buildings in the Twin Cities metro area, demand for rentals continues to outstrip supply.
From storage sheds to swank new subdivisions, construction is booming in the Twin Cities. But for all the activity sprawling throughout the metro, there just aren’t enough workers, contractors or materials to keep pace.
With millions of dollars of valuable land available at a discount, far more than they can afford, metro parks agencies are scrambling to snatch up as much land as they can to bolster regional parks for the coming decades.
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