Previously approved developments are opening for business in Brooklyn Park.
TRANSITion, winter to spring celebrations at the Hubbard Marketplace in downtown Robbinsdale, will be 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturdays, March 16 and 23.
The February Brooklyn Center Business Association luncheon is 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28, at Embassy Suites Hotel, 6300 Earle Brown Drive.
Robbinsdale moved closer to the adoption of Tobacco 21 policies at the Feb. 19 city council meeting. Council members reviewed the possibility of raising the legal age to purchase tobacco within the city to 21 and restricting the sale of e-cigarette/vaping devices and mint, menthol and winter…
The site once home to Brooklyn Center’s Jerry’s Foods location at 5801 Xerxes Ave. N., could be the future home for 267 units of affordable and senior housing.
At a Feb. 12 meeting, the Robbinsdale Economic Development Authority got a better idea of what the creation of a tax-increment financing district may look like for the northwest corner of 36th and France avenues.
An insect control manufacturer wants to relocate to Brooklyn Park and is asking the city to apply for state funding on its behalf.
Brooklyn Park appears poised to redistribute leftover sewer access credits from the now demolished Grand Rios Water Park site and use them as an incentive for qualifying new businesses and restaurants that relocate or build in the city.
“Barbers are like bartenders,” said Stephen Schmidt, a longtime customer of Rich Schulz’s barbershop at 6032 West Broadway. “They have to be anonymous. For some reason, people just spill their lives out to them: their miseries, their joys, their sorrows.”
Like many entrepreneurs experiencing growing pains, Isadore Nut Company founder Tasya Kelen was floundering for purpose after five years.
The proprietors of Pig Ate My Pizza have received approvals to brew their own beer at the new downtown location at 4124 West Broadway, which they expect to be open to the public in late April.
New Hope’s Now Mart gas station will open its doors to the public Jan. 14. Visitors will be able to stop into the convenience store or fuel up at the gas station; an adjacent car wash will remain under construction until May.
Both the Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center City Councils grappled with land use questions at their Nov. 26 meetings.
Adams Publishing Group announced Dec. 3 they have purchased the assets of the Daily Jefferson County Union and the affiliated Hometown News Limited Partnership from W.D. Hoard & Sons Company. The Daily Jefferson County Union and the affiliated Hometown News Limited Partnership publish 13…
In October, State Auditor Rebecca Otto released an annual report detailing 2017 data for municipal liquor store operations across the state. Municipal liquor stores provide an additional source of revenue for the cities in which they are located.
A proposed mixed-income apartment building and commercial kitchen at 7621 Brooklyn Blvd. has continued to move forward in the development process after the project was recommended for an $832,000 grant from the Metropolitan Council, which is likely to be approved in December 2018.
Founded in 1977 by Mike Hogenson, Standard Water has been in business in Crystal for 41 years. Started in his father’s basement, the company is run like a family, where employees, customers and vendors come first, and the paycheck comes last, for Hogenson.
Golden Valley has entered into a joint powers agreement with Minneapolis in relation to a new restaurant that will open at the Trailhead indoor facility at Theodore Wirth Regional Park.
The American Health Care Association has named Good Samaritan Society- Ambassador, of New Hope, a recipient for the Silver National Quality Award. The award is given to an organization that the association believes is committed to the quality care to its residents.
With a background in marketing and an eye for art, Cheryl Hillman has always enjoyed “putzing around with stuff.”
Design Ready Controls will host an on-site hiring event from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Nov. 8 at its headquarters and manufacturing facility at 9324 Winnetka Ave. N.
Brooklyn Center’s Carrington Drive apartments, located at 6910 Humboldt Ave., was acquired by Aeon, a nonprofit developer that owns and manages affordable apartments and townhomes.
“My business plan has kind of gone pivot, pivot, pivot,” said SkyLab Glass Arts owner David Schuster at the front office of his studio, now just as much a working space as a retail counter and check-in desk.
The Minnesota Retailers Association recognized Gordy Engel of The Foursome in Plymouth with its Lifetime Achievement award in the 2018 Minnesota’s Retail Champions program. The association also awarded Arc’s Value Village Thrift Store and Donation Center with its Social Responsibility award …
The Broadway Pizza near County Road 81 and 41st Avenue North has been a staple of Robin Center for the last 52 years. One of the last original businesses in the center, it was the second Broadway Pizza to open.
In 2017, the Herzing University campus that was located at 5702 West Broadway in Crystal moved to St. Louis Park, leaving the building vacant but up for sale. At the end of this month Adams-French Property, LLC will close the purchase of the building with the Crystal City Council’s approval …
Since 2002, when Go Health Chiropractic opened in Robbinsdale, the practice has offered pediatric chiropractic services. However, not many people know what this means; which is why the Minnesota Chiropractic Association and chiropractors across the state, like Go Health, are using Thursday, …