1) What would Gov. Mark Dayton’s $1.5 B in bonding projects mean for Minneapolis economy and the CRE market?
2) What does the new Mayor’s pro-density agenda mean for Minneapolis CRE market?
3)What’s driving foreign investment into the US’ "coldest city" where do we expect the next record breaking deals to take place, and will activity keep pace with expectations?
4) What are Minneapolis’ top developers doing to attract top tenants and how does the ensuing amenities arm race complemented by public policy?
5) How are first tier suburbs responding to the development boom and making way for rejuvenated mixed-use development, retail and office, while providing new community public spaces?
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Fifth Street Towers
150 S 5th St,
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Floor: 17th Floor
Parking Information: Underground parking available at 100 South 5th Street and 150 South 5th Street. $26 max per car
Alternative Parking Options: Metro Transit Light-Rail. There is a drop a half block from the building entrance and runs directly in front of Fifth Street Towers. The stop is the Nicolet Mall drop and can be accessed via the Blue or Green line. The space is also surrounded by Metro Transit Bus Stops. Fifth Street Towers is Minneapolis Skyway Connected for easy indoor walking between buildings to the event location.
Directions on how to get into the space:
From the parking 100 parking garage: Bring the elevators to the 2nd Floor, walk across the Skyway level to the 150 Tower, enter left, mid rise elevator bank, take elevator to the 17th floor.
From the 150 parking garage: Bring the elevators to the second floor, come around the front of the security desk to the far left and into the mid rise elevator bank. Take elevator to the 17th floor.
Minneapolis has been in the news plenty of late… Home to the Super Bowl, being described as the Midwest’s premier tech hub, Gov. Mark Dayton’s $1.5 B in bonding projects and of course being subjected to record-breaking spell of arctic weather Minneapolis has caught the attention of many.
These headlines have spurred record breaking transactions such as Singapore's Maple Tree purchasing a downtown office tower for $259M after China’s HNA Group acquired 33 South Sixth Street $315 million in 2016.
There’s no doubt that Minneapolis -St. Paul’s thriving business environment, diverse economy, educated workforce, and world-class transportation system make it a globally competitive place to invest, do business, and live, but the recent frenzy of activity has us all wondering if the market can continue to grow inline with expectations?
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