Looks like in the consolidation into a new 250,000 sq ft office, the city is thinking it would partly pay for the new office by selling the three buildings it currently owns. So says this quote from a Finance and Commerce article
http://finance-commerce.com/2016/06/min ... wn-effort/If the plan moves forward, the city would sell three buildings to allow for private redevelopment and vacate three others the city leases.
Construction is said to not start until after the (Big Game) in 2018.
I'm out of the loop on this, which are the three buildings the city would put into private ownership? Are any of these good candidates for demolition and redevelopment?