On the heels of a City Council green light for a $400 million Downtown East development proposal, Mayor R.T. Rybak today discussed the possibility of a restaurant in a new downtown park that would be in the mold of Sea Salt Eatery or Tin Fish.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA) voted Monday to award Ryan Cos.' the contract for parking facilities and a new skyway for the new $975 million Vikings stadium.
Developer Ryan Cos. has unveiled a $400 million, five-block redevelopment proposal for the Vikings stadium area — a plan that includes a new two-block park.
If you like glass, you’re going to love the new Minnesota Vikings stadium that will soon shine on downtown’s east side.
For some Vikings fans, the idea of two seasons at TCF Bank is exciting because it means two years of outdoor football. Others, however, wonder about parking near the University of Minnesota and what the loss of football means to downtown Minneapolis.
Community leaders hope that the construction of the new Vikings stadium will bring about the demise of the sea of surface parking lots that currently dominate development around the Metrodome.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority on Sept. 28 announced that it has selected HKS Sports & Entertainment Group to design the new Vikings stadium.
Surrounded by Vikings fans and construction workers in his third-floor office of City Hall, Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak gulped Grain Belt beer from a Viking horn before being awarded “rock star” by Vikings crazies.
A Minnesota House of Representatives committee voted down a Vikings stadium bill on April 16, casting serious doubt on the possibility of a deal before the legislative session ends.
But the $975 million plan plan faces a skeptical City Council
The long, winding road to build a new Vikings stadium appears to end almost exactly where it started: The Metrodome.