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Nov192017

Now Open: Nicollet Mall

An in-depth look at the new Nicollet Mall
After $50 million and 28 disruptive months of construction, the barriers have finally come down on Nicollet Mall, marking its third remake in a half-century.

Two-plus years in the making: Nicollet Mall back in business
Nicollet Mall reopened at noon Thursday, marking the end of a construction headache that's cost millions of dollars and closed the downtown Minneapolis corridor for more than two years.

Watch: Nicollet Mall opens after 2 years of construction
Nicollet Mall reopened, marking the end of a construction headache that's cost millions of dollars and closed the downtown Minneapolis corridor for more than two years.

The new and improved Nicollet Mall is finally unveiled
It will be an asset for downtown Minneapolis, but public safety is still a concern.

Mary Tyler Moore statue is back on Nicollet Mall
She's back. The beloved bronze statue of Mary Tyler Moore exuberantly tossing her hat into the air is back at its original home at Nicollet Mall and 7th Street in Minneapolis. On Saturday morning, she smiled and tossed it under a dusting of snow.

Metro Transit buses to return to Nicollet Mall Dec. 2 — for a bit
They'll be detoured again for a month as of Jan. 15 due to the Super Bowl.

One weird trick to fix downtown Minneapolis
Have you walked around downtown lately? I don't know. It's not great. The Nicollet Mall reconstruction is, without a doubt, something that has happened. Some of the streets have improved and will continue to improve in the next few years. A number of new Starbuckses have recently opened.

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