Nicole Norfleet | Star Tribune
Reporter | Commercial real estate

Norfleet joined the Star Tribune's business team in the winter of 2015 after working as the St. Paul public safety reporter and holding various other metro assignments. She is originally from the East Coast, but now calls the East Side of St. Paul home. Norfleet and her partner Liz have one tabby son named Max and enjoy craft beer, Korean dramas and camping with family. She is a proud graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Twin Cities housing market continues possible shift toward buyers

September housing numbers show more homes on the market than a year ago, continuing a slow shift.


41-story Eleven condo tower gets approval of Mpls. planners

Rising 550 feet along the riverfront in the Mill District, the Eleven would be the tallest residential tower in the state.


Blake Hastings appointed president of Oppidan property development firm

The former managing director of the CBRE office in Minneapolis starts on Nov. 1.


Sears stores at Ridgedale, near St. Paul Capitol on closing list

lone store: Metro will have one full-line Sears — at the Mall of America.


The Depot in Minneapolis is closing in on its latest transformation

The former Milwaukee Road Depot is being renovated again to add more event space.


Syngenta will move 200 employees into WeWork space in Uptown

The workers will move from Minnetonka to the MoZaic East building.


William Stoeri named managing partner of Dorsey & Whitney

He will succeed current managing partner Ken Cutler in a three-year term starting Jan 1.


University of Minnesota research shows how roads can be greener with driverless vehicles

U research envisions major changes as cities adapt to autonomous vehicles.


Digi International moving headquarters to Hopkins

New HQ will have labs and common areas to enhance teams' digital innovation.


U unveils marketing campaign highlighting research

The University of Minnesota is continuing to share stories of several of its researchers and their effects on the state.