City Of Minneapolis Suing HGTV Star Nicole CurtisThe lawsuit is the latest step in a failed home redevelopment project, a WCCO Investigation first exposed two years ago.
Mpls. Denies TV Home Rehabber Extension To Finish ProjectMinneapolis says time has run out for a well-known home rehabber to finish a job. A WCCO Investigation last spring found a home in north Minneapolis that Nicole Curtis bought from the city had not been worked on for months. Curtis is the host of HGTV's "Rehab Addict" -- one of the network's highest-rated programs.
Mpls. City Council Gets Involved In Nicole Curtis ControversyCity leaders are stepping in after a WCCO Investigation found a well-known home rehabber is accused of stalling a Minneapolis remodel. The city sold a house on Hillside Avenue in north Minneapolis to Nicole Curtis for $2 two years ago after she saved it from demolition.
Home Rehabber Nicole Curtis Accused Of Not Paying SubcontractorA popular HGTV reality host who once called Minneapolis home is facing an unpleasant reality of her own. A WCCO investigation has found Nicole Curtis could be in legal trouble for an unfinished project and unpaid bills.
TV Host Fights Demolition Of 1893 HouseThe future of a 120-year-old house in South Minneapolis will be decided on Friday by the Minneapolis City Council. The home at 2320 Colfax Avenue south was built by master builder Theron Potter Healy in 1893. It's now being used a 15-unit rooming house.
Twin Cities: A Goldmine For DIY Shows The Twin Cities are quickly becoming a goldmine for home improvement shows, as there are four home improvement shows being filmed in Twin Cities’ metro for DIY Network and HGTV. “Our shows work because the Midwest is generally very relatable and the network really likes that,” said Anna Campbell, Executive Producer. “They like that we have a variety of different houses and different ages of houses.”
Cops Called After TV Show Host Tries To Stop House DemolitionAn old mansion was torn down Wednesday in Minneapolis, but only after police were called in. The house on Park Avenue, near Franklin, was called a crack house by some neighbors.
Decrepit $1 House Completely RenovatedThree months ago, the basement walls were caving in and the house had seen better days at 3049 Third Ave. S. Then Nicole Curtis, cable TV's Rehab Addict, bought the house for $1 and spent about $100,000 to fix it up.