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CRE i Ohio

More Midwest cities now earning high walkability scores

| Dan Rafter

Cities are investing more dollars into making their neighborhoods friendlier to pedestrians. And that's good news: A growing number of people are interested in moving to urban areas in which they can walk to stores, restaurants, public transportation and parks. As cities invest more in creating walkable communities, it's easier for owners a…

CRE W Minnesota

Lee & Associates opens Minneapolis office

| Staff Writer

The office, located at 5353 Gamble Drive, St. Louis Park, is headed by veterans and former Cassidy Turley, Transwestern and Cushman & Wakefield brokers Chris Garcia, Jeff Minea, Duane Poppe, SIOR, CCIM, and Kai Thomsen. They have more than 75 years of CRE experience in the Twin Cities area collectively.

Retail W Minnesota

CBRE report: Minneapolis becoming a hot spot for microbreweries

| Dan Rafter

Minneapolis has become a hub for microbreweries, according to research from CBRE. CBRE reported that since 2011, microbreweries with taprooms have occupied more than 480,500 square feet in the metropolitan Minneapolis area. Credit the 2011 "Surly Law," which gave craft brewers the right to sell their products to consumers onsite. CBRE says …

Hospitality W Minnesota

Indoor waterpark? Movie-themed amusement park? Benson-Orth General Contractors helping to bring the fun to Twin Cities suburbs

| Dan Rafter

Minneapolis residents looking for even more entertainment than the Twin Cities proper can provide will soon plenty of kid- and adult-friendly fun about 30 miles northwest of Minneapolis. That’s where Benson-Orth General Contractors is ready to start overseeing the construction of an indoor water park, indoor amusement park based on movies f…

Retail i Ohio

Five Midwest CRE markets to watch in 2016

| Dan Rafter

The Midwest is fortunate to be home to several cities that are in the middle of commercial real estate booms. But five metropolitan areas area poised to have particularly big 2016s. A combination of low unemployment rates, a boom in spec construction, demand for downtown living and skilled work forces make these five markets ones to watch in 2016.