Grain Site Goes Green
MINNEAPOLIS - The 20-story grain elevator towering above a southeast Minneapolis neighborhood isn’t going anywhere.
Major Sears Site Serves a New Use
MINNEAPOLIS - The Midtown Exchange, Minneapolis’ second largest building, contains one of the most complex tax credit deals in Sherman Associates’ 28 year history.
Permanent Housing for the Homeless Fills a Gapin Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS - Many homeless veterans in this Midwestern city had nowhere to go after short-term stays in transitional housing, often ending up back on the street
Wraparound Condos Highlight Collaboration
MINNEAPOLIS - On a small site along 10th Avenue in Minneapolis, adjacent to one of the largest redevelopment efforts in the city’s history, sits the Midtown Exchange Condos on the Greenway.
Manufacturers Appoint Sales Reps
Venture Lighting of Streetsboro, Ohio, has appointed Las Vegas, Nevada-based Candela Sales as its representative throughout Southwest Nevada for its entire line of metal halide system solutions. For sales and information, contact Debbie Gable, president of Candela, and her staff at (702)...
Twin Cities on the Verge
The location was perfect for an upscale apartment community: An area beside picturesque Lake Calhoun in a historic, quaint section of Minneapolis characterized by a lively business district of bars, restaurants, and high-end shops, within walking distance of mass transit.
An ideal lighting scheme for the Minneapolis Central Library enhances the architecture, supports human comfort, and exceeds demands for energy efficiency.
Residents near the falls of St. Anthony, the only waterfall on the Mississippi River, are witnessing the greatest boom along the riverfront since the milling days of the late 1880s, when Minneapolis became 'flour capital' of the world.
Staying Above Water
Minneapolis, Minn.—In a market glutted with condominiums, the Lander Group is focusing all of its development efforts on constructing 2626 West Lake, a 46-unit condominium project where the average unit is expected to sell for more than $1 million.
A Town Is Reborn
By Lew Sichelman. One hundred and fifty years ago, Ramsey was the fur-trading center of Minnesota. Ramsey's city administrator Jim Norman told the paper that for years the town "has been the poster child for urban sprawl," a place where people bought land for inexpensive starter homes.