The annual Minnesota State Fair poll is unscientific, but lawmakers always latch onto the results.
For businesses operating along the Green Line, four years of construction and operation has been a mixed bag.
A new market analysis shows West Seventh Street is already well-traveled, connected to employment and entertainment destinations, and primed with redevelopment sites.
Indianapolis-based Flaherty & Collins broke ground Tuesday on the 2700 University project, a 248-unit mixed-income apartment building near the Green Line’s Westgate station in St. Paul.
The agency will pass the 500,000-square-foot property to its subsidiary Capital City Properties for $1.
Funding group tracks progress on affordable housing, economy and open space.
Lynne M. Thomas was crossing University Avenue when she was struck by a westbound Green Line train.
The new cost estimate is a result of more detailed engineering and environmental tests, as well as a delayed environmental review which pushes the anticipated project completion date from 2019 to 2020.
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman said momentum generated by the transformation in recent years – including expanded transit options and pushes for new housing – will drive the city’s next growth spurt.
A massive redevelopment of the ten-acre site on Snelling Avenue owned by the Metropolitan Council is not feasible.
The Metropolitan Council is on its way to creating a regional policy that could aid the development of more than a dozen lines under consideration in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board called on the federal agency to intervene in the $1.65 billion project earlier this year – citing concerns that impacts to the channel, lakes and surrounding park land in the narrow corridor between Cedar Lake and Lake of the Isles hadn’t been adequately studied.
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