Northeast, Near North, Camden, Old St. Anthony, University and surrounding neighborhoods
Except it's 2017 now, and no one is bringing their dates to a mall (no matter how nice) if they want things to last. It's a beautiful interior space! But you're right next to the most cherished river in the country. I would much rather have things the way they are today. With a movie theater you can step right out of, to stroll to a patio and have a drink while watching the city. I know many of you will probably be holding onto that nostalgia of great malls, but this one just didn't work. And honestly, I don't want it to work. Keep the exterior active.
It wasn't so much that it was a mall - it was more of a destination - but I agree - times have changed and people do other things for fun. It was really just about it being a "happening place" ... but I do really need a new decorative windsock.
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There has been zero activity on this site since last year, with the exception of some no trespassing signs going up. Then today.... a For Lease signgrant1simons2 wrote: ↑March 17th, 2016, 12:13 pmhttp://www.bizjournals.com/twincities/n ... store.html
Apparently CostCo bought a warehouse at 3311 Broadway St. NE on Sept 1st. Say it could fit a CostCo store, which would honestly be great if they could re-use an older industrial building instead of building a whole new store.
'Short-term leasing available' http://paramountre.com/wp-content/uploa ... -Mpls..pdf
Q. What, what? A. In da butt.
Hearing a little steam about the 416/420 Hennepin spots. Developer owns the 420 site and hopes to close on 416 in the next few weeks. Talk is of a 10 story timber frame (similar T3 building). Retail first floor, loft style apartments above.
This would be very cool and fill in a big gap in the neighborhood. Fingers crossed!
Where are all the suburbanite Mill City runners going to park!?
Me too, and it would be great to see it here, vindicating the decision to shoot down the crappy building proposed here last year.VacantLuxuries wrote: I was hoping we'd see another timber development sooner rather than later.
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