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Summit Academy Charitable Golf Tournament.

Lupe project team supports Summit Academy.  L to R… Lupe VP Aaron Diederich, Frana Project Manager Darren Scott, Pope Architects President Ward Isaacson, and Frana President Mike Benedict, share a moment at the Oak Ridge Golf Course, where Lupe was … Continue reading

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Artspace withdraws its Grain Belt proposal

Northeaster Newspaper  by Mark Peterson People who missed a recent presentation at East Side Neighborhood Services of proposals for the last developments in the Grain Belt Brewery campus got another chance on Thursday, March 8. Third Ward City Council member … Continue reading

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Minneapolis apartment proposals hit market niches

Finance & Commerce  By: Matt M. Johnson March 19, 2018 Untapped or underserved apartment niches in Minneapolis neighborhoods have developers proposing three projects they hope to build during the next two years. The largest of the projects is a two-phase apartment complex proposed … Continue reading

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Affordable apartments proposed for Lyn-Lake area of Minneapolis

A proposed high-density project would include 222 units in the heart of the bustling neighborhood. By Nicole Norfleet March 5, 2018 — 7:04pm Lake Street Apartments on Lake Street and Harriet Avenue are proposed to have two phases which would … Continue reading

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Broadway Flats seeks $1.5M in TIF

The request is larger than Minneapolis typically approves for affordable housing projects, but the proposal envisions more than 100 units in a part of the city that was destroyed by the 2011 tornado. Broadway Flats seeks $1.5M in TIF  

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Top Projects of 2016 – Mill City Quarter

Plenty of creativity was required to transform a Minneapolis parking lot into a mixed-use development that embraces European ideas and blends into the historic Mill District. Located at the northeast corner of South Second Street and Third Avenue South, Mill … Continue reading

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Gold Line BRT spurs St. Paul development

Two St. Paul projects proposed near a planned bus rapid transit route are leading what city officials hope will be a long list of transit-oriented developments in the corridor, boosted by proactive zoning changes. The Gold Line BRT route isn’t … Continue reading

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A bus line far in St. Paul’s future caught the eye of some developers

Transit-oriented development in St. Paul has almost exclusively been focused on the Green Line light-rail corridor in recent years. The Metropolitan Council estimated last year that at least 13,700 housing units have been built or are in the pipeline within … Continue reading

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Mill City Quarter development heading toward city approval

It will bring affordable and senior housing, new Dutch street concept to central riverfront A trio of developers is closing in on city approval for the two-phase Mill City Quarter project, which will bring 150 units of affordable housing, 150 … Continue reading

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Ecumen plans senior rentals in downtown

A site near the Milwaukee Depot in downtown Minneapolis could become the latest in a flurry of apartment projects — but one of only a very few aimed at seniors. Finance & Commerce reports on plans by Shoreview-based senior housing … Continue reading

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