Northeast, Near North, Camden, Old St. Anthony, University and surrounding neighborhoods
I'm sure they'll find a happy new home at red 20, where the incompetent management will probably throw them a kegger in the courtyard and annoy half the residents.mplsjaromir wrote:Won't someone consider all the rats being displaced...
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I bet Red20 management is pissed that the guy who complains about everything moved out.trigonalmayhem wrote:I'm sure they'll find a happy new home at red 20, where the incompetent management will probably throw them a kegger in the courtyard and annoy half the residents.mplsjaromir wrote:Won't someone consider all the rats being displaced...
I'm sure people paying 2-3 grand a month for rent on their two and three bedroom apartments love listening to college students throwing parties well into the night. Nope, I'm the only one that has a problem with that kind of behavior. Everyone loves listen to someone clomp around in high heels 3-4 hours a day above them too, I'm sure. Or being told to call a caretaker that doesn't exist and/or doesn't answer their phone. Or waiting 3-4 business days for a reply to an email when you see the people in the office every day sitting there looking bored. Or having them shorten and cancel their already abnormally short office hours without notice when you have packages you would like to pick up. Or any number of other things that are totally unacceptable for a building in that price range.
Yeah, I'm not sure what's happening, but that's what I saw.Nathan wrote:The one to the east? I thought someone had said they weren't adding the additional apartments in the vacant lot in the end?
Based off of this post I'm assuming?twincitizen wrote:Weird tho that Hoyt properties bothered to commission a rendering of just the refurbished 700-708 Central buildings alone, not including the proposed penthouse additions or the new stick-frame building that would be added to the parking lot behind it. But it's been just 8 months since approval, so I don't think there's cause to ring the "cancellation" alarm quite yet.mnjimn wrote:Here is the Leasing page for the retail/restaurant portion: http://www.hoytproperties.com/index.php ... velopment/
I also found on the city website that in back in December the city council approved their request for a transit oriented development grant submission to the county: http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/www/gro ... 135021.pdf
Good to see that there's at least a little movement on this!
Compare that to plans from when the whole project was approved in April 2014: http://minneapolismn.gov/www/groups/pub ... 122686.pdf
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