Nicole Norfleet | Star Tribune
Reporter | Commercial real estate

Nicole Norfleet covers commercial real estate along with professional services, including the Twin Cities' thriving marketing, accounting, and legal communities. 

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.

Peter Diessner named new president of Kraus-Anderson realty and development

Diessner is part of the third generation of his family to help lead Kraus-Anderson companies.

Value of green buildings touted at conference in St. Paul

A new report shows only 11% of study respondents associated them to the environment.

Minneapolis marketing firm builds experiences, and brands, by hand

Street Factory Media prides itself on being the agency to go to get things done, or more specifically, built.

Parking lot across from Xcel Energy Center set to become apartments, hotel and shops

A project that would redevelop the downtown parking lot receives key city approval.

KPMG accounting firm has a new Minneapolis managing partner

Accounting firm KPMG has a new managing partner for its Minneapolis office. Tim Forstad has replaced George Kehl, who will retire from the firm later…

Pop-up stores debut in empty space at Gaviidae office tower in Minneapolis

Downtown Minneapolis pop-up market gives entrepreneurs bigger exposure.

Wells Fargo Center in downtown Minneapolis sells for $315 million

The 57-story office tower is being purchased by a Connecticut-based group that plans to renovate the complex and add amenities.

'A change is gonna come' to Selby Avenue, and two buildings are at its core

Selby Milton Victoria Project is the product of the first commercial land trust in St. Paul.

Health is the mission of new Life Time Work co-working office in St. Louis Park

The fitness club company is aiming to promote health as an essential part of work life

Hair salon company Regis to move headquarters to Minneapolis from Edina

Regis will occupy the top four floors of Target Corp.'s former west corporate campus along Interstate 394.