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Construction has begun on a 102-unit, four-story apartment building on the southeast corner of Hiawatha and 38th. There will be mix of studio and one-bedroom apartments built by Yellow Tree (1834 E. … more
Plans are in the works to replace the Geller Automotive building at 4601 Minnehaha Ave. with a six-story, mixed-use building. The plans were submitted to the city by Pete Keely of Collage Architects, … more
US Bank plans to relocate from the building (2800 E. Lake St.) damaged by fire and looting last year into the former Tim Horton building at 3600 E. Lake St. The new location would have three drive-up … more
Bartell honored Dawn Bartell, a local American Family Insurance agency owner (4020 Minnehaha Ave. Suite 1010) has been recognized for providing an outstanding customer experience under the American … more
It is springtime and NENA offers many ways to get involved in your community. Find more information at www.nokomis.org:• Run for a seat on NENA's Board of Directors - Run for a seat and join us … more
In the darkest time of the year, an ice carousel brought magic to Lake Nokomis.Fashioned by Ben Younan with help from others, the ice carousel was located just beyond the Little Free Ice Rink on the … more
Should Longfellow businesses board their windows and doors again prior to the start of the Derek Chauvin trial? Should they plan to stay overnight at their business?How will the city balance the … more
There are a lot of ways to spend a day when windchills are blowing in the subzero digits. Standing on a sidewalk gathering signatures isn’t likely to make anybody’s Top 5 list. Yet on … more
While some people refer to the last 11 months as the Big Pause, it has been anything but that for real estate broker and business owner Mike Smith. He said, “I’ve been busy for the last … more
Since 2019, Minnesotans have been able to remove restrictive racial covenants that still remain on their home titles. Racial covenants are clauses that were used by real estate developers in the last … more
Most sellers become buyers and it’s a pro/con market on either side, observed Jay Anderson, who has been selling in South Minneapolis since 1993. He is a broker/realtor with Coldwell Banker … more
In June 2020, two weeks after George Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police sparking a global uprising, nine city council members stood on a stage above huge, bold letters that spelled “DEFUND … more
How does a social worker and pastor end up running an auto garage?The path between the two isn’t as far apart as one might think, according to Cathy Heying.“When I was working at St, … more
Black Table Arts (BTA) is a new cooperative for Black artists in the heart of south Minneapolis. The shared, creative work-space, performance space, community gathering area, and book store is, in … more
During the two years that Rod Johnson and his wife, Kathy Hollander, have owned their all-electric Chevy Bolt they have been able to cross routine auto maintenance off their “to do” list. … more
When South Minneapolis resident Kathryn Spotts first heard about the Buy Nothing Project in 2017, she learned there were only two groups operating in the Twin Cities: one in St. Paul’s Highland … more
“We’re coming out of it strong,” proclaims eternal optimist Jon Rud who with his wife and business partner, Nancy Rud, has owned and operated Berry Sweet Kitchen at 54th Street and … more
The golf course will remain at Hiawatha Golf Course, but it will likely shift from 18-holes to 9-holes.After a contentious six-year planning process, the Minneapolis Parks and Recreation Board … more
The United States Postal Service (USPS) has made the decision to rebuild the Minnehaha Post Office in South Minneapolis in the same location, 3033 27th Ave S., Minneapolis, MN 55406, as it has been … more
First, a little bragging from 2020. NENA supported 97 homeowners, property owners, and 11 businesses with over $130,000 in grants and loans. In addition, we brought in more than half a million … more
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