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St. Anthony West, a quiet area with modest homes, is growing more densely populated.
Companies previously weren't allowed to leave vehicles on park property.
A developer for the "destination place" will be selected by year's end.
The firm shut down its construction arm amid lawsuits and other issues.
Business is down in a thriving immigrant hub in Minneapolis and residents are on high alert as President Trump steps up his threat of deportations.
Other groups are posting fliers around the city in an attempt to counter the Minnesota Multi Housing Association's efforts.
The overlook will be the first new access to the river for the North Side in almost 20 years.
In the meantime, Lola on the Lake is serving from a food truck near the site on weekends.
Marla’s Caribbean Cuisine drew people in with slow-cooked meals, warm hospitality and tingling spices. The south Minneapolis restaurant was featured on food shows, including the…
Most households inspected by the city during a pilot program last winter shoveled their sidewalks within 24 hours of a snowstorm. But council members and pedestrians say the city still has work to do.