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Warehouse/North Loop


The artists who resurrected the Warehouse District, SoHo/Tribeca/Nolita-style, are mostly gone, their galleries replaced by bars and restaurants catering to a young club-till-you-drop crowd. But the neighborhood's elegantly rehabbed brick and stone buildings are also home to boutique design firms, ad agencies and high-end furniture and antique shops. The brand-new Twins stadium, aka Target Field, has brought both architectural beauty and fan-fueled energy into the mix, and the northwestern end of the neighborhood is spawning new offices, restaurants, and cafes at a brisk clip.

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Max Boeke (left) & Jordan Standish from Clutch

Microbrewing's Breakneck Growth Continues: 7 of the Coolest New Craft-Beer Concepts in MSP

You don’t need a stats pack to accept the obvious: craft beer is big business in The North, particularly in MSP’s hottest neighborhoods. Here are seven new craft-beer concepts coming soon.

Attendees at the American Craft Council Show

April Arts and Culture: Transformations

This month we include the nationally recognized American Crafts Council Show, a bonanza of handcrafted items; a tour of a transformed warehouse in the North Loop; an all-women record release and cultural revision; and a good way to celebrate Earth Month.

The original Guthrie Theater

MSP's Theater Community Then and Now: From the Old Log to the Legacy Amendment

We introduce the first in a two-part series about how MSP became the second-largest theater region after New York, as well as mobile, inventive and idiosyncratic.

Rayette Building in Lowertown

Transit-Oriented Development in St. Paul: Connections That Create Value

More transit means more value: How community-driven (Frogtown) and historically aware (Lowertown) TOD works using community-led initiatives paired with city-developed plans that include affordable housing.

OXBO

10 Redevelopment Projects Transforming MSP in 2016

MSP is in the midst of a redevelopment boom that has touched nearly every part of the Twin Cities. Here are 10 projects opening in 2016 that will further transform our neighborhoods and communities. 
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