More than 200 results for “St. Paul”
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.

Retail W Minnesota

Sansone Group buys pair of retail centers in St. Louis area

| Staff Writer

The Minneapolis/St. Paul market isn't the only area in Minnesota that's in the middle of a commercial construction boom. Consider Baxter, Minnesota. Though this city in Crow Wing County -- about an hour-and-a-half drive Northwest of the Twin Cities -- boasted a population of just 7,610 as of the 2010 Census, it's been steadily growing since…

Retail W Minnesota

Patrick Gaughan: You have to do good for your community

| Dan Rafter

As president of Forest Lake, Minnesota-based Gaughan Companies, Patrick Gaughan knows what it takes to succeed in the competitive world of commercial real estate. Gaughan recently shared some of the reasons for his success. He spoke, too, about the challenges and rewards of a career in this business.

CRE W Minnesota

Quick hit: Juggling the work/life balance

| Dan Rafter

What do all the successful CRE pros Midwest Real Estate News interviews have in common? They work long hours. You have to if you want to thrive in this business. But how do you work these long hours and still find time to spend with your family?

CRE i Ohio

Are developers focusing too much on luxury end of multifamily development?

| Dan Rafter

The apartment boom hitting the Midwest is showing no signs of slowing. But the commercial real estate pros working these markets aren't worried that developers are adding too many multifamily units. The new units that have hit the market are renting quickly, with multifamily vacancy rates in many Midwest cities still hovering under 4 percent.