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By Frederick Melo, St. Paul Pioneer Press 12/25/2017 Two large Zambonis are days away from buffing the ice of the TRIA Rink, the Minnesota Wild’s new rooftop practice arena atop the former Macy’s Department Store building in downtown St. Paul. Schedules are still...read more
Kathy Flanigan, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel The Milwaukee County Historical Society is moving a popular brewing exhibit into The Shops of Grand Avenue — where you'll be able to get a beer with your history lesson. In the spot formerly occupied by Applebee's, where...read more
by Dave Fidlin, urbanmilwaukee.com Your next trip up or down Wisconsin Avenue might look a little different. A recently unveiled program might seem small at first glance, but it is serving a big purpose. Seven unorthodox parking meters have been installed in strategic...read more
by Tom Daykin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel The 50 apartments coming to downtown Milwaukee's Grand Avenue mall will feature upscale touches in the mall's Plankinton Arcade, including private entrances that pay homage to restored historic storefronts. Known as Plankinton...read more
Developers update plan for a bigger residential, parking complex on Thrivent lot in downtown Minneapolis
By Nicole Norfleet Developers now see something larger than they did last month for the parking lot next to Thrivent Financial's offices in downtown Minneapolis. Developers want to construct a six-story building that would include 87 housing units and 4,700 square...read more
by Don Jacobson, Special to the Star Tribune Minneapolis-based Hempel Cos. is continuing to develop vacant land parcels purchased from Ryan Cos. with a new project for a Tim Horton’s restaurant in Champlin. Hempel last year bought 16 parcels from Ryan, mainly centered...read more
by Dan DeBuan, Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal Minneapolis diners will soon have another option for poke bowls. Chicago-based Aloha Poke Co. will open a skyway restaurant in downtown Minneapolis at 811 Lasalle Ave. by the end of the year. A typical poke bowl...read more
The deal is the likely first step to redevelop three surface lots Thrivent owns. by Nicole Norfleet, StarTribune July 21, 2017 Thrivent Financial is in talks to sell some of its downtown Minneapolis surface parking to make room for a ramp and apartments. While details...read more
Treasure Island Center is the new practice facility home of the Minnesota Wild, and members of their organization were allowed a sneak peek of the construction progress at their new facility. Click here to see the progress of both their practice facility and Tria...read more
by Nick Halter One of the largest plots of surface parking remaining in downtown Minneapolis is in line for a major development that would reshape the neighborhood near U.S. Bank Stadium. The key to the project is Thrivent Financial, the not-for-profit financial...read more