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Old Posted Dec 19, 2020, 4:47 PM
MPLS_Const_Watch MPLS_Const_Watch is offline
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Thanks for posting. It makes sense that the rebuilding that's starting first are the smaller replacement buildings, mostly from national chains, and that the more significant redevelopments are going to take longer to plan and bring to fruition. I agree that it will be exciting to see what larger projects are born out of all this. The general Lake/Nicollet area was already primed for big changes with the transit investments coming to the area and the reopening of Nicollet Ave. With the additional redevelopment opportunities forced by the unrest, I'm very hopeful that we'll see much more intense redevelopment in that area especially. And this project is a big step in that direction.

I think that rendering is a bit outdated and shows an earlier 6-story version. Here's the 8/9-story version that was approved earlier this month: (https://lims.minneapolismn.gov/downl...0W%20Lake%20St):

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