Nicole Norfleet | Star Tribune
Reporter | Commercial real estate

Nicole Norfleet currently covers commercial real estate along with professional services including the Twin Cities' thriving marketing, accounting, and legal communities. She is also a general assignment business reporter. She 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 at the paper.


With major venues booked up for Super Bowl events, planners got creative

A historic mansion outside downtown Minneapolis could make the perfect venue for a Super Bowl soiree as long as event planners don’t mind that it…


Why did Twin Cities miss out on first cut for 2nd Amazon HQ?

Minneapolis-St. Paul was one of 238 that tried to become the second home for the retail giant. Amazon said it expects to make a final selection later this year.


Restaurants scrambling after Saint Agnes Baking Co. pulls plug on bread business

Restaurant owners are especially worried about losing their vendor with little notice with the expected Super Bowl rush.


Treasure Island Center in old St. Paul Macy's has grand opening

The old department store building has been completely redeveloped and includes a practice rink for the Wild.


Developer proposes 17-story residential tower in Edina, along with new art center

The project would rise on a vacant site near Hwy. 100 and Vernon Avenue.


Two 22-story residential towers proposed near Lake Calhoun

Developer wants to build largest residential project in Minneapolis in years.


Bridgewater Bank wants to move headquarters to St. Louis Park

Bloomington's Bridgewater is looking at St. Louis Park for its new headquarters.


Fifty South Sixth building fetches $258.5 million in sale

Price is one of highest for a Twin Cities office building in recent years.


Marketing starts for a developer of St. Paul Ford site

The site of the longtime assembly site in the Highland Park neighborhood has officially hit the market.


Networking is still the ultimate job-finding strategy

Job seekers shouldn't overlook the important of networking.