Busy Construction Year Lies Ahead

By: Finance and Commerce Staff December 26, 2018 7:00 am Each December, the Finance & Commerce staff looks ahead to the major projects that will dominate headlines in the coming year. In the past, we’ve struggled to narrow the list down to 10. This year, we realized it’s impossible. As the second-longest economic expansion on record continues, there [...]

Busy Construction Year Lies Ahead2019-01-22T10:06:49+00:00

Marketing the Dayton’s Project in downtown Minneapolis

By: Matt M. Johnson July 24, 2018 7:00 am Almost none of the work underway at the Dayton’s Project in downtown Minneapolis is visible to people passing on the street. “Everything is happening inside the building” at 700 Nicollet Mall, said Don Kohlenberger, the local representative of the building’s majority owner, New York-based 601w Cos. (Staff photo: [...]

Marketing the Dayton’s Project in downtown Minneapolis2019-01-22T09:30:33+00:00

Wallet Lost 53 Years Ago at Dayton’s is Returned to Owner

Maybe the monkey hid it? By Allison Kaplan Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine Dayton’s department store is dead, but its reputation for customer service endures: A wallet lost at the downtown Minneapolis flagship in 1965 was just returned to its owner, contents still intact. Maybe the monkey hid it? As demolition within the historic department store building progresses to [...]

Wallet Lost 53 Years Ago at Dayton’s is Returned to Owner2019-01-22T09:33:41+00:00

Dayton’s Project building on downtown Minneapolis history

By: Matt M. Johnson February 27, 2018 The former Hudson’s jewelry store space in the Dayton’s Project will largely be preserved in the renovation of the 1.2 million-square-foot complex at 700 Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. (Staff photo: Matt M. Johnson) Once a week, a demolition team working on the Dayton’s Project at 700 Nicollet [...]

Dayton’s Project building on downtown Minneapolis history2019-01-22T09:36:47+00:00

With major venues booked up for Super Bowl events, planners got creative

By Nicole Norfleet Star Tribune A historic mansion outside downtown Minneapolis could make the perfect venue for a Super Bowl soiree as long as event planners don’t mind that it normally functions as a funeral home. A church near U.S. Bank Stadium has been fielding multiple calls asking it to rent out space. St. Paul’s Frogtown Curling [...]

With major venues booked up for Super Bowl events, planners got creative2019-01-22T09:40:51+00:00

Reinventing Downtown Minneapolis

A historic former Dayton’s department store will anchor a 1.2 million-square-foot mixed-use development By: Beth Mattson-Teig The new owners of the former Macy’s store in the heart of Minneapolis are at work on an ambitions transformation of that century-old building into a 1.2 million-square-foot office and retail destination.  The stakes are high for this redevelopment, [...]

Reinventing Downtown Minneapolis2019-01-22T09:38:40+00:00

Buyer of Macy’s in downtown Minneapolis plans to revive Dayton’s name

Developers envision a modern mix of shops, eateries, offices. By Nicole Norfleet Star Tribune OCTOBER 23, 2017 — 5:51AM The old Dayton’s in downtown Minneapolis will soon be updated with open mezzanines, sweeping high ceilings, shops and offices. And some of its quirks, like the bathroom with turquoise sinks on the fourth floor, will still be there. [...]

Buyer of Macy’s in downtown Minneapolis plans to revive Dayton’s name2019-01-22T09:42:34+00:00