If you’re looking for furniture, downtown Minneapolis is the place to go on Friday.
The Minnesota Orchestra is making some changes to deal with the biggest deficit in its history.
The brick mortar is crumbling, wood trim peeling. The glass sashes of the original windows haven’t opened for years. But structurally, five of the 28 buildings on the Upper Post of Fort Snelling are prime for renovation.
At the beginning of the 20th Century, Minnesota became home for the largest Swedish population in the country.
The Shubert Theatre may be most known for its dramatic move from the northwest corner of Block E to its new spot about a block away at 528 Hennepin Avenue in 1999.
So what does $1.3 million get you in big-time college football? At the University of Minnesota, it means a refurbished weight room and new practice turf.
A nearly 40-year-old Minneapolis landmark known for its run-down appearance is getting a $65 million renovation.
The Minnesota Timberwolves and the City of Minneapolis say they have a plan to renovate the aging Target Center.
Construction crews are starting a $243 million renovation that will turn St. Paul’s historic Union Depot back into a hub for trains and buses.