A subsidiary of the University of Minnesota Foundation recently purchased multiple parcels of land in Stadium Village to build on their vision of a “gateway” from the University to the broader community.
The "Somalis + Minnesota" exhibit, organized by the Minnesota Historical Society and the Somali Museum of Minnesota, held a grand opening celebration on Saturday at the Minnesota History Center. The exhibit will remain open until June of next year and features Somali cultural artifacts and portraits of Somali people in Minnesota.
Two University-area bridges are facing structural deterioration, resulting in changes that will affect campus commuting and navigation.
Despite immense support and quick movement through the Minnesota State Senate, a bill meant to protect renters’ rights never reached the House floor in the previous legislative session.
At the end of the year, neighborhoods surrounding the University of Minnesota will lose nearly half of their funding from a TCF Bank Stadium endowment, which many use for arts and community projects.
The height of a new apartment in Prospect Park has drawn concern from residents who fear the neighborhood’s iconic Witch’s Hat Tower will not stand out amid heavy development.
A new senior-living complex in Prospect Park beginning construction this week aims to fill a gap in childcare shortages while employing University of Minnesota students.
Phase one of a $2.8 million dollar improvement process is underway in Cedar-Riverside’s Currie Park.
With DFL Gov. Mark Dayton’s approval of the bonding bill Wednesday, the iconic Stone Arch Bridge received $1 million in repair funding, a small fraction of what the Minnesota Department of Transportation and Dayton himself requested of the Legislature.
A proposal created by three Carlson MBA students aims to combat the opioid epidemic in the Twin Cities area by treating the issue like a contagious disease rather than a criminal issue.