Lisa Goodman will have to face Brad Hoyt one more timeBrad Hoyt gained another victory this week in his acrimonious development brawl with the Minneapolis City Council. Sort of. As we documented in our 2009 cover story, Hoyt sued Minneapolis Councilwoman Lisa Goodman in 2007, arguing that she un ... More >>
The developer who sued the City of Minneapolis over a development deal and won has been awarded $500,000. Judge Stephen Aldridge issued the ruling today.
An Appeals Court judge sent a controversial development case back to Hennepin County District Court -- setting the stage for a trial on whether Minneapolis should pay developer Brad Hoyt millions in damages.
A second developer is poised to sue Minneapolis over a development proposal that got shot down. Sound like deja vu? It is.
Known as the "second mayor," she controls downtown development
A judge ruled today in favor of a developer who sued the Minneapolis City Council -- targeting his claims at Councilmember Lisa Goodman -- over a Loring Park development project that was denied. Brad Hoyt is seeking $23.6 million in damages.
The Minneapolis City Attorney issued a statement this afternoon about a suit it lost to developer Brad Hoyt today. The city is not too happy with the judge's ruling.