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The developer of a project proposed along E. Hennepin Avenue wants to include street-level apartments, dispensing with retail.
Minnesotans are taking to the road this summer, boosting demand for resorts, vacation rentals and campgrounds in places where social distancing happens naturally.
June was the second consecutive month that saw a big drop in building permits, reflecting logistical challenges and unease over demand.
The apartments were expected to hit the market later this year.
Industry hit by a collapse in leisure and business travel worse than post-9/11.
Fewer houses are hitting the market and prices are drifting upward despite a grim economy.
It will be among four large apartment projects totaling nearly 1,200 units combined that will be reviewed this week.
Payments faltered the most in less-expensive apartment buildings.
The Twin Cities and the nation saw delinquency rates surge to historic levels in April along with unemployment.
But some changes, like virtual tours, are likely to stick around.