As part of its approval, the Hennepin Count Board also agreed to fund its portion of the project: $165 million.
The mayor also proposed more money to address racial equity, along with investments in public safety.
In one of Minneapolis’ toniest neighborhoods, height is at the heart of opposition to a proposed condo project.
The seven newest members of Minneapolis City Council have now been in office for six months. How are they doing?
Craig Taylor, Mayor Betsy Hodges nominee for CPED director, is approved by city council committee.
The City Council approves new regulations to govern taxis as well as the popular app-based ride-sharing services.
The initiative is part of a plan that will overhaul how both taxis and ride-sharing services like Lyft and Uber will be regulated in the city.
Following the deal struck between Minneapolis and the Met Council, Mayor Betsy Hodges defends the new LRT plan as “the most responsible way to move forward.”
Four months after it’s month-long moratorium, Minneapolis gets serious about dealing with teardowns and “granny flats”
$300,000 will also come from the Convention Center and $95,000 from the office of the City Coordinator for the Peavey Plaza attraction.
The photos — showing every house, building and street from 1938 until 1983 — are moving from the City Hall clock tower to University of Minnesota digitizers.
The public will have no or limited access to ‘The Yard’ up to two months a year, and now an unknown entity might run it.
Can a council veteran and her ally, the Park Board’s president, reverse approval of a “one-story, no-pizzazz” building?