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headlines

News that impacts the riverfront.
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North neighborhoods tops for hot housing markets

Star Tribune; January 9, 2017


Terminal team recommendations coming in January

Finance & Commerce; December 30, 2016


Alatus riverfront condo tower is delayed by trial

Star Tribune; December 29, 2016


No bids for Scherer site

Star Tribune; December 24, 2016


Northern Metal catches fire

Star Tribune; December 20, 2016


On the trail to Lock and Dam No. 1

MinnPost; November 16, 2016


Upper Harbor plans call for multiple uses

Star Tribune; November 10, 2016


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06/21

Sheridan Memorial Park community meeting

Sheridan Memorial Park will receive more than $1 million in park improvements in 2018, including a picnic shelter, playground and pathways. The preferred design option will be presented and discussed.

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Share your river story - It’s such a beautiful time of year on the river, and we want to celebrate the return of green to the Minneapolis riverfront! As we have brought you the stories of those who have their vision for the Mississippi River, their story of the river’s history, now we want you to tell us — how do you touch the river? How does ...
Tales from the Underground: Presentation and Q&A - At our RiverMatters panel discussion in April, Tales from the Underground, we had three invited guests talk about redeveloping contaminated soil in Minneapolis and across the state. If you missed the presentation or are interested in learning more, you can download the presentation below. Pictured: Natalie Brown of Minnesota Brownfields, D’Angelos Svenkeson of Thor Development, Mary Sands of Barr Engineering and MRP’s Kathleen Boe. ...
Tom Meyer’s Vision for the River - Tom Meyer’s desk has a view of St. Anthony Falls that commands your gaze, that grabs you and makes you pay attention. From eight stories up, above the Mill City Museum, it’s a sprawling look at the entire Central Riverfront, one which Meyer used to have to explore abandoned ruins to see. An architect by trade and founding principal of ...
RiverMatters: Tales from the underground - What's lurking in the soil underneath former industrial sites along our riverfront, and how can we effectively redevelop these sites? Come join us for our next RiverMatters discussion on Tuesday, April 18.