Tom Shaver, a partner in Wayzata-based Inland Development Partners (IDP), is the winner of the 2018 NAIOP Minnesota President’s Award. It is NAIOP’s highest honor, and the winner is selected by chapter leaders from a field of candidates nominated … Read More Read More
St. Louis Park-based Inland Development Partners in tandem with Kraus-Anderson Construction landed backing from the Richfield City Council for the Chamberlain Apartments this fall after meeting with neighbors of the project near 18th Avenue S. between 66th and 68th streets.… Read More Read More
IDP Founding Partner begins role this month
MINNEAPOLIS – Jan. 30, 2018 – NAIOP Minnesota, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has named Inland Development Partner’s Steve Schwanke its 2018 Chapter President. Schwanke will build on recent successes to broaden … Read More Read More
Address: 18th Avenue E. between 66th and 68th streets, Richfield
Type: Multifamily residential
Units: 284 new, 33 rehabbed existing units
Developers: Inland Development Partners, Kraus-Anderson Construction
Architect: UrbanWorks Architecture
Details: St. Louis Park-based Inland Development Partners in tandem with Kraus-Anderson … Read More Read More
Cunningham will be responsible for business development and will help facilitate complex agreements involving multiple entities, managing the planning stages, real estate processes, site and environmental challenges, financial solutions and partnering with city and state stakeholders.
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The idea of a huge second Amazon headquarters in the Twin Cities has “changed things quickly and dramatically” for the board in charge of the state’s largest development project.
Louis Jambois, the former head of the St. Paul Port Authority … Read More Read More
Development at the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant site in Arden Hills is poised for progress in 2017 as the vision to transform idle, polluted land into a vibrant new place to live and work continues to take shape.… Read More Read More
The 427-acre megaproject in Arden Hills appeared to be heading for approval Monday night after a prolonged and at times tense discussion.
The town center project as proposed last summer by the master developer for the former Twin Cities Army … Read More Read More