Two University of Minnesota area apartments have changed ownership in the past month, selling for tens of millions of dollars.
Hideaway and Wally’s Falafel and Hummus owner Wally Sakallah originally planned for his newest business, Cosmic Bean Dispensary, to sell drinks and food infused with CBD oil. But this would be a “critical violation” of the Minneapolis Health Department food codes, said Daniel Huff, environmental health director with the health department.
A residential development in a Southeast Como commercial corridor has garnered resident support, despite safety and affordability concerns.
Citing a lack of culturally-appropriate spaces, community leaders in Cedar-Riverside are seeking to establish a women-only recreation space in the neighborhood.
A woman died from her injuries after she fell from the 10th floor of The Bridges apartments in Dinkytown early this morning.
A new Southeast Como development has raised resident concerns about the future of the predominantly single-family home neighborhood.
After delaying its initial summer opening, a Korean fried chicken restaurant and new Japanese poke restaurant will open this winter in Vescio’s Italian Restaurant’s former Dinkytown location.
Cosmic Beans Dispensary will sell energy drinks, mostly coffee and tea, along with desserts made with cannabidiol, or CBD, oil. The store, a concept by Hideaway smoke shop and Wally’s Falafel and Hummus owner Wally Sakallah, will occupy the storefront that currently houses Chatime tea house. Chatime will move to a location on 14th Avenue Southeast in Dinkytown in November.
The University of Minnesota Foundation Real Estate Advisors, who purchased parcels of land near campus in June, presented their progress and ideas for the area to the Board of Regents at Friday’s meeting. UMFREA is working with investors, stakeholders and students to identify the best uses for the area, said UMFREA managing director Sarah Harris.
After presenting to international government groups around the world, a research organization brought its findings on juvenile detention to the University of Minnesota Law School Wednesday afternoon.