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Rejecting the counsel of the city’s planning staff, the Minneapolis Planning Commission has recommended approval of a comprehensive plan amendment that would allow an incursion of residential development into an area of southeast Minneapolis currently set aside for ind...

Malcolm Yards Market might just be the next big thing.

By Alex Lodner - April 19, 2017

The Prospect Park neighborhood keeps getting cooler and cooler. The sleepy neighborhood cozies up to the University of Minnesota on one end and 280 on the other, and became a food and...

By Stephanie March - April 19, 2017

Food halls certainly seem to be having a moment on the national food scene. Locally, we’ve enjoyed the Midtown Global Market for more than a decade, and the coming Keg & Case Market in St. Paul’s old Schmidt Brewery is hoping to bring...


Wall Cos. is putting the final touches on a major redevelopment plan in Minneapolis’ Prospect Park neighborhood called Malcolm Yards, which would include office, retail, housing and perhaps most strikingly, an indoor climbing facility.


John Wall, president of the Minn...

A large food hall with space for restaurants, market vendors and hundreds of diners is being planned for a warehouse near Surly Brewing Co. in east Minneapolis.
Patricia and John Wall are working on the project, tentatively named Harris Food Hall. It's part of a larger...

Fred Wall started his real estate career at the Spring Co., which was one of the most prominent residential real estate companies in the Twin Cities at the time, and was quickly promoted to sales manager. After several years, Wall and another Spring Co. manager, Carl M...

How do you create a brand-new neighborhood within an existing one whose homes date back to the 1890s? That was the challenge facing the developers of New Crocus Hill three years ago. The 700 block of Fairmount and Osceola avenues was an anomaly amidst the stately, turn...


Downtown Minneapolis now has a "woonerf" — a low-speed shared passage for pedestrians, bikes and cars.
The developers of Mill City Quarter are pinning the Dutch term on the public-private space they’re opening at 2 p.m. Thursday along the path of a former rail spur th...

MiM is a solar photovoltaic (PV) and solar thermal incentive program for consumers who install PV and solar thermal systems using solar modules and collectors certified as manufactured in Minnesota. The program is administered by the Department of Commerce with an annu...

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