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  • Mpls. Grain Belt Office Building, Complex Celebrate Grand Opening

    The buildings at the Grain Belt complex in Minneapolis have gone through quite a bit of changes over the years. After sitting empty for years, the old brewery's office building has been brought back to life. Developer David Dye walked KSTP through a huge hall - roughly 3,000 square feet, to be exact.   Read More...

  • Square on 31st Gets Multimillion Dollar Facelift

    ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- The first affordable housing project in Rochester has received a multimillion-dollar facelift. Alongside city officials and developers, the Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony outside The Square on 31st on Thursday afternoon.   Read More...

  • At Spirit on Lake, older members of Minneapolis' gay community find a lasting safe haven

    Article by: PATRICK CONDON , Associated Press Updated: January 2, 2014 - 7:03 AM MINNEAPOLIS — Lucretia Kirby was on her own for the first time in years after her partner's death. She felt stranded in a church-affiliated assisted living facility, where she said bigotry and even physical threats were ignored by building managers. Russ Lovaasen was infected with HIV in 1982.   Read More...

  • Everwood set to start $29M Grain Belt Terrace

    After months of delay, Everwood Development plans to break ground Monday on Grain Belt Terrace, a proposed apartment development in Minneapolis.     Read More...

  • Spirit on Lake provides welcoming home for LGBT seniors

    After 35 years in his south Minneapolis house, Harvey Hertz pared down a lifetime of possessions last week. Among the items the 73-year-old brought with him to his new home were a poster signed by the cast of "Hairspray" the musical and a framed photo of Hertz marching in an early Minneapolis gay pride parade. Hertz and his cat, Marbles, are now residents of Spirit on Lake apartments in Minneapolis.   Read More...

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