If you’re looking to enjoy cocktails on the patio, you may want to make a stop on Nicollet Mall.
After 22 years, The Gap will soon vacate its downtown Minneapolis location in IDS Center, according to a report from the Business Journal.
As of Monday morning, there was less congestion on Nicollet Mall. Buses are not allowed on the downtown stretch because of construction work for the Nicollet Mall redesign. The construction project on Nicollet Mall is expected to last through 2017.
From the new Nicollet Mall redesign to U.S. women soccer team’s big win, here are the four stories to know from Monday, July 6.
Beginning Monday morning, you won’t see any buses driving down Nicollet Mall for a while. Work will be underway on the Nicollet Mall project and during the 2015 construction season, the work will primarily consist of the installation or repairing of utility systems.
Nicollet Mall will close to motor traffic next Monday as a major construction project to revamp the downtown Minneapolis artery gets underway.
A summer staple of downtown Minneapolis is in a new location this year, but vendors at the farmers market say the move is hurting their business.
A newlywed couple hopes to one day live in a home, surrounded by family. That dream got a little closer on Friday, when they finally tied the knot.
Take a walk on the artistic side of Minnesota.
Next month, the first steps in redesigning Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis will begin.
The construction project will last two years and will force the popular summer farmers market to find a new home on Hennepin Avenue.
The downtown Minneapolis farmers market that has been on Nicollet Mall for nearly three decades is moving summer 2015.
Minneapolis Police are reviewing surveillance video after a large group of teenagers caused a disruption along Nicollet Mall Tuesday evening. In a possibly separate incident downtown, Minneapolis police also responded to a non-life threatening gunshot wound and began searching for a suspect.
Dozens of police officers responded to Nicollet Mall Tuesday evening to put an end to a commotion after the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
This year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade is Tuesday, and WCCO’s own Jamie Yuccas will be the celebrity grand marshal. Festivities will include floats, bands, walking units, and several new entries. The parade starts at 6:30 p.m. on Nicollet Mall, between 11th Street and 5th Street.
Head on down to Minneapolis Saturday night for the inaugural “Mpls LanternFest.” It will feature huge animal lanterns and hundreds of community-made lanterns. There’s also craft beer, food trucks, music and interactive ice activities.
The Sports Authority Inc. is coming to downtown Minneapolis. Shorenstein Properties LLC announced Tuesday that the athletic company signed a lease for a 21,877 square foot space at the Minneapolis City Center along Nicollet Avenue.
Nicollet Mall, which runs like a major artery through the heart of downtown Minneapolis, is getting a massive redesign, and the city is looking to commission artists to create new works for the reimagined roadway.
This year’s Super Bowl is being played Sunday in a much warmer place: Arizona. But several of the people leading Minnesota’s Super Bowl Committee are there taking notes.
If you like a bargain, now’s the time to shop at Saks Off Fifth on Nicollet Mall. A clearance sale is taking place before the store closes for good on Saturday.
Capture those special family moments at these beautiful local spots.
A Twin Cities mother found a meaningful way to make a difference for a man known for playing the trumpet along Nicollet Mall.
The city of Minneapolis says workers need ten consecutive days of temperatures below 20 degrees to create and open rinks.
If you haven’t made it down to this year’s Holidazzle Village in downtown Minneapolis, this weekend marks your last chance. The village runs along Nicollet Mall between 10th and 12th Streets, centered around Peavey Plaza. It opened this year as a replacement for the Holidazzle parade.
New renderings are showing what the Nicollet Mall project team is thinking for the future of the downtown Minneapolis transit hub. The team held a public meeting Thursday night to address their redesign plans.
This week WCCO is spotlighting MOCA — the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance — as part of our Trees of Hope campaign. Ovarian cancer occurs in one in 71 women. Fifty-six percent of women die within five years. But it’s not a cancer people know much about. On the Nicollet Mall, Sara Langworthy stands dressed in teal, a superhero headdress, outfit and boots. She’s stopping people and handing out symptom cards.