More information has emerged about Michael Mangan, the 42-year-old St. Paul man who was recently arrested and charged with making terroristic threats after his alleged plan to kill his ex-wife and six others who wronged him during his divorce came to light. THE BACKSTORY: St. Paul man's letter to co ... More >>
Whether you grew up in Minneapolis or are currently raising a brood here, the real estate brokerage site ZipRealty has good news: Based on the sweet spot where good public schools meet affordable real estate, the Minneapolis area is the best place for families. See Also: - Minneapolis ranked 3rd bes ... More >>
If you bought a house in Minnesota in the past two years, a real estate watchdog group says you might have overpaid. Consumer Advocates in American Real Estate -- a non-profit that monitors the housing market -- says Minnesota home buyers have collectively spent more than $63 million in needless f ... More >>
The Mall of America might lure tourists from all over the world and boast a bajillion stores, but Edina's Southdale Center has history, and the folks at PBS think it's kind of a big deal. The nation's first enclosed regional shopping center, Southdale has been named one of the "10 Buildings That Cha ... More >>
An academic paper co-written by a University of Minnesota economics professor finds there is little evidence for the notion that movie piracy reduces ticket purchases at movie theaters. That notion, of course, is often a crucial premise in the arguments made by supporters of legislation like SOPA ... More >>
Yachts, Cadillacs, even a party bus...real estate was a great racketuntil the lawsuits started piling up
When apartments are converted, renters don't have many rights
How a cadre of developers has turned $800-a-month local apartments into $200,000 condos—and turned out a few thousand residents in the process.
Alan Greenspan and America's unreal estate
Why you should have bought the IDS Center
Times are tough for downtown office rentals
Flawed contracts. Cut corners. Inadequate inspections. Complaints about conflicts of interest. University of Minnesota president Mark Yudof might be getting out just in time.
With all the noise about Block E, one minor detail hasn't gotten much attention: The numbers