The partial results of the project, “The Illusion Of Choice: Evictions and Profit in North Minneapolis,” were presented Thursday evening at the Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC).
The lack of criticism of St. Paul’s plan is a dramatic departure from the long, heated debate among Minneapolis residents over its 2040 comprehensive plan.
Here are main takeaways from the council’s latest work on the plan, and how the massive document will guide future policies on development, infrastructure, transportation and more.
The hope is that, with the scorecard, both developers and residents can better understand at a glance what people community members want.
On Tuesday, the city is expected authorize the purchase of the ground beneath the Kmart that blocks Nicollet Avenue between Lake Street and 29th Street.
Finances aren’t the only reason some modern buildings are being designated “historic.” For a group of architects and historians, preserving mid-century buildings is also a cause.