The new development received pushback, with neighbors citing a lack of parking and poor community engagement.
The policy, spurred by concern over the future of damaged property on Lake Street, could foster greater community input on developments.
After moving to the U.S. from Nigeria to pursue his passion for cutting hair, Mohammed or "Kuta" Aliyu is opening his second Minneapolis shop in Dinkytown.
Neighbors say the plan needs more specific guidelines for University neighborhoods.
The University of Minnesota will buy student housing apartments in Stadium Village for $25 million to further its plan for expanding its clinical campus.
The pandemic has changed the face of Dinkytown restaurants, but many business owners say they're looking to the future.
University of Minnesota administrators have made plans to buy the Stadium Village Church property, furthering progress toward a clinical research facility.
A large-scale residential project to redevelop the site of McDonald’s and other Dinkytown businesses has reemerged with plans for a lower height and a wider footprint.
Many rental units near the University of Minnesota have emptied since the campus closed during spring break, creating uncertainty about occupancy numbers in the fall.
Several small businesses near the University of Minnesota received loans meant to aid COVID-19 economic recovery.