City Council Member Gary Schiff wants the city to sever ties with Minneapolis Public Housing Authority board member Steve Minn.SEE ALSO: Gary Schiff challenges Bradlee Dean to debate over "Third World" south Mpls comments Minn, owner of Lupe Development -- a firm that in February was awarded a $2 mi ... More >>
Known as the "second mayor," she controls downtown development
(Update below.) Homeless since December, black community radio station KMOJ-FM (89.9) announced Tuesday that it has found a new location--in Uptown. Headquartered in North Minneapolis, the heart of black Minnesota, since launching in 1978, "the People's Station" will now be moving at least temporari ... More >>
The oldest and most venerated black radio station in town finds itself homeless
Budget shenanigans by HUD and Bush threaten section 8 housing
Tht NAACP abandons its watchdog role over Hollman
Why is the city of Minneapolis dragging its feet on affordable housing?
Chuck Lutz shouldn't go printing new business cards
The Hollman redevelopment project is finally under way on Minneapolis's near north side. Now it's time to follow the money.
There's new controversy surrounding the Hollman project: Who's getting the jobs?
The City of Minneapolis owed Patricia Fields $5,000. She had to sue
to collect it.
Despite promises, Minneapolis plans to displace a north-side training center
The man with the leverage to keep Minneapolis moving on its housing promises goes to work for the other side
Minneapolis leaders want the feds to make up the shortfall in funds for the Hollman redevelopment
When did U.S. Senate hopeful Rebecca Yanisch get the idea to make affordable housing a top priority? It sure wasn't while she was running the Minneapolis Community Development Agency.
Will the shiny new near north side need social-service agencies?
Can the Cities' oldest black radio station survive a date with the bulldozer?
The Rodeway Inn is all that stands between dozens of Minneapolis families and homelessness--but not for long
How to stop worrying and love redevelopment
A nonprofit developer sends poor tenants packing--to make room for other poor tenants
City officials call Minneapolis's numbers on minority contracting "an embarrassment." So what are they doing about it? Uh, well, gosh...
The Guthrie's search for new digs casts the company in a Minneapolis development drama
Minneapolis's brave new riverfront will have parks, museums, and upscale condos. Who said subsidized housing was just for the poor?
It's been two years since local attorney Jim Moon vanished. His insurers want to close the case
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
Developer and Sports Facilities Commissioner Peggy Lucas pursues both a new ballpark and upscale condos
Block E redevelopment probably means saving one historic theater and destroying another. The question is which will be left standing: the Shubert or the Mann?
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?