Minneapolis leaders want the feds to make up the shortfall in funds for the Hollman redevelopment
If you could wave your magic wand and make one improvement to the Twin Cities, what would it be?
The affordable-housing crisis comes to Uptown
Did the Minneapolis NAACP botch its chance to save hundreds of low-income apartments?
Political machinations, intrigue, and good old-fashioned mudslinging: A look behind the scenes of the Minneapolis NAACP election scandal
Hennepin County Housing Court was set up to resolve disputes between landlords and tenants. So why do the landlords keep winning?
A nonprofit developer sends poor tenants packing--to make room for other poor tenants
Brian Herron has battled racism, hatred, and self-doubt. But none of that prepared him for the Minneapolis city council.
Fresh air, a river at your feet, and stars on the ceiling: Home, sweet home. At least until Minneapolis cops raid your camp.
Does Minneapolis's war on "bad buildings" throw tenants out on the street? Yes, officials say--and that's just tough.
Four months after she moved in, Carmen Brown found out the city would be razing her building to spruce up the neighborhood. It's one of numerous additions to the demolition list produced by the Hollman agreement
Historic juke jointed slated to become city garage.
The Wearing of the Greenway
NSP's Disaster Plan
The city embarks on a program of destroying low-income inner-city housing to save itself.
The likely demolition of over 700 public housing units in north Minneapolis will scatter people who live there and open up 73 acres of prime real estate at downtown's edge. Is it a matter of civic renewal or a land grab?