By Burl Gilyard Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — The wave of foreclosures has left the city of Minneapolis owning more than 350 vacant residential properties across the area. Earlier this year, the city and partners put out a call to ...Read More »
By Bill Clements Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — The Metropolitan Council has awarded the first major heavy construction contract for the Central Corridor Light Rail line — a $205 million contract for the eastern or St. Paul portion of the ...Read More »
By Burl Gilyard Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — Minneapolis-based nonprofit developer Great Neighborhoods! Development Corp. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The nonprofit, formerly known as the American Indian Neighborhood Development Corp., cited holding costs related to sites it ...
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By Paul Snyder High-speed rail advocates are racing the state’s gubernatorial election cycle to line up support for an expanded track network to Green Bay and Minneapolis. “This is not a done deal,” said Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz at a ...
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Frank Jossi Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — As the Central Corridor light rail project takes shape in the Twin Cities, many state and local organizations have been collaborating to integrate renewable and efficient energy into the project. Members of the ...Read More »
By Burl Gilyard Dolan Media Newswires Minneapolis — Once upon a time, a vacant, city-owned L-shaped site near the Guthrie Theater was slated for condos. But the market fell apart, and the developer walked away in 2007. Since then, the ...Read More »
Wisconsin will apply for the latest round of federal high-speed rail grants, but the state will face stiff competition.Read More »