TOP STORIES LAST WEEK
Sinkhole near Mill Ruins Park closes stretch of West River Parkway
Engineers are checking parkway to make sure nearby area is safe.
Three major Minneapolis intersections help tell the story of how the city evolved
The intersections of Hennepin and Nicollet, Hennepin and Lyndale and Seven Corners have their own stories to tell.
Commons fundraising surpasses halfway mark
Green Minneapolis, the conservancy tasked with fundraising for The Commons park, announced Tuesday that nearly $14 million has been raised to make the high-profile green space in Downtown East a reality.
Downtown park near U.S. Bank Stadium inches closer to $22 million fundraising goal
The conservancy running the effort announced another $3 million haul this week, bringing them within $8 million of the project's finish line.
Concept in the works to reconstruct Hennepin
City planners are making the first move to reconstruct Hennepin Avenue — something that hasn’t been done in decades — with a new style of protected bike lane and fewer turn lanes.
Ryan, First Covenant Church plan mixed-use project near stadium
Ryan Cos. US Inc. and the First Covenant Church of Minneapolis are planning a $35 million workforce housing and retail project in what's now a church parking lot across from U.S. Bank Stadium.
Franklin puts a hold on 50-story tower in downtown Minneapolis
A property company that planned to build a 50-story tower right next to the Foshay Tower, which for four decades was the tallest building in Minneapolis, has put the idea on hold.
Why Downtown Minneapolis Is Becoming A Clinic Capital
In the past couple of years, several major Minnesota health care providers have opened or announced plan to open clinics in Minneapolis’s central business district. Suddenly, it seems, health care is a major industry downtown.
NE Mpls Chamber of Commerce is offering storefront improvement grants
The Northeast Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce is offering $32,500 in grants to Northeast area businesses for storefront improvements.
Kaiseki restaurant planned for old Origami space
This is a big deal. Kaiseki is an elite Japanese dining tradition, it’s a meal that evolved from Buddhist temple meals and typically consists of a procession of many small courses, each prepared with great care, and designed so that each dish flows from one to the next—creating a whole that in totality evokes the mood and spirit of a season, a time, and a place.