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Another Res. Tower For Downtown MPLS!!

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-22 storys

-$67 million, $9.5 million tif request for ivy restoration

-124 room hotel

-90 condos

-15k sf health club

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The downtown tower list now includes:

50 stories proposed

39 stories marketing (site prep has begun)

27 floors U/C

27 stories proposed ("A" mill complex to be finished in 2012)

26 stories approved (developer may want to go higher)

24 stories proposed ("A" mill complex to be finished in 2012)

22 stories proposed

21 stories proposed

20 stories proposed ("A" mill complex to be finished in 2012)

15 stories proposed

15 stories proposed ("A" mill complex to be finished in 2012)

12 stories proposed

12 stories proposed

10 stories U/C

9 stories U/C

9 stories proposed ("A" mill complex to be finished in 2012)

8 stories proposed ("A" mill complex to be finished in 2012)

8 stories U/C

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Rock on for us!

'Bout damn time they did something with that Ivy Tower site.

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Is Ivy Tower that little building off to the right side of the newly proposed tower?

I really like the design of this tower. Minneapolis has a lot of awesome new skyscraper projects that will be built in the coming years!

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Guest donaltopablo

Damn, that's an impressive list of upcoming developments. I love all of the condo construction going on right now in a lot of the smaller US cities like Mpls, Atlanta, Charlotte, etc.

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