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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
By Nicole Norfleet, Star Tribune Treasure Island will have a new location in downtown St. Paul, though it won't be a casino. On Monday, Treasure Island Resort and Casino announced it signed a multiyear agreement for naming and sponsorship rights for the former Macy's...read more
By Nicole Norfleet 2/20/2017 Tria Orthopaedic Center has signed on as the newest tenant of the former Macy's building in downtown St. Paul and the title sponsor of the ice rink being built there for the Minnesota Wild. Tria will lease 6,000 square feet of space at the...read more
By Jessie Van Berkel, Star Tribune 2/16/2017 The St. Paul Police Department plans to join the Minnesota Wild as one of the tenants of the former Macy's building downtown. Developers are overhauling the building at Wabasha and 6th streets, and expect to complete the...read more
by Sean Ryan, Milwaukee Business Journal This year, restaurants in The Shops of Grand Avenue’s food court will move to the downtown Milwaukee mall’s first floor, making way for contractors to start building office space. Transforming that top-level food court into...read more
by Rick Barrett, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel The owners of the Shops of Grand Avenue have acquired the upper floors of the adjacent Matthews Building as part of their plan to renovate the mall and create more downtown office space. Tony Janowiec and his partners, Chuck...read more
Saint Paul, Minn. – The partners of Go Wild, LLC, the joint venture between Hempel Companies and the Saint Paul Port Authority, today announced that the Minnesota Wild has executed a lease for a practice facility at Wabasha Center in downtown Saint Paul. “The...read more