New vision for old Fuji Ya site calls for new restaurant, access to mill ruins
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board is close to approving a full plan to revitalize the riverfront north of Boom Island, pinpointing three projects that are likely to come together the soonest.
It’s been 21 years since Fuji Ya closed the doors of its restaurant that looked out over St. Anthony Falls and the Stone Arch Bridge.
// Four teams exalt the river’s possibilities, both practical and grandiose //
U of M undergrads present innovative visions for riverfront
The City Council voted 11-0 Nov. 5 to move forward with the establishment of a new group to oversee riverfront development. The organization would be similar to the St.
The city has many laws restricting building heights -- and many exceptions. As high-rises rise higher near the Mississippi, is the public interest being protected?