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Taco Bell cannot replace its longtime restaurant at 565 N. Snelling Ave. On a unanimous vote Sept. 16, 2020, the St. Paul City Council upheld an appeal by Hamline Midway Coalition … more
Zoning changes could bring more density The revamp of St. Paul’s multi-family residential zoning is seen as a way to add housing density, with a focus on affordable housing, … more
Kimball court Kimball Court, which provides supportive housing in Hamline-Midway, can be enlarged with a new conditional use permit. The St. Paul Planning Commission July 20 approved a new … more
  Special elections Community members in South Como or Energy Park can vote online until 5 p.m. on Tuesday Sept. 15 in a special election to fill a vacancy on the District 10 board. To … more
Taco Bell wants to rebuild Border Foods’ request to rebuild the Taco Bell at 565 N. Snelling Ave. faces a possible vote of denial at the St. Paul Planning Commission Aug. 7. … more
City’s first step preserves use of TIF for redevelopment By JANE McCLURE Tenants at the Midway Center, damaged by fire and vandalism on May 28, are being forced to move out. Their leases have been … more
A new credit union with optional self-service technologies and a coffee shop will open next year in Roseville. Hiway Federal Credit Union broke ground at 2471 Fairview Ave. N. on June 25, 2020. … more
By JANE McCLURE The new Keystone Foodmobile II has more storage space and the capacity to serve 50% more people at every distribution, bringing shelf stable, fresh, refrigerated and frozen food to … more
By JANE McCLURE How will fires affect Midway Center ‘superblock’? Development at the Midway Center “superblock” is moving toward a fall groundbreaking for new construction on the … more
By JANE McCLURE University and Fairview plan Plans for a 146-apartment, five-story mixed-use building near University and Fairview avenues met resistance from the Union Park District Council (UPDC) … more
Former Shalom development plans City staff, neighbors and board members debate whether 80 spots is enough for 150 apartments By Jane McClure The former Sholom Home, which has been vacant for more … more
  Former Shalom development plans   Developers have officially filed for parking and density variances so they can convert the former Sholom Home property into rental … more
  A firm with water resource projects, including the recent Transforming Central work, is relocating to University Ave. The St. Paul City Council Jan. 8, 2020, acting as the Housing and … more
  Taco Bell won’t be rebuilding Facing the prospect of a no vote from the St. Paul Planning Commission, Taco Bell has shelved plans for a new restaurant at 565 N. Snelling Ave. That … more
By JANE McCLURE A 2016 master plan for the Midway Center “superblock” outlined an ambitious vision of 18-story high-rise office buildings along Snelling Ave., as well as apartments, hotel space … more
By JANE McCLURE Reuter Walton unveils Fairview plans at Fairview and University Two seven-story apartment buildings could rise at the northwest corner of University and Fairview avenues. … more
By TESHA M. CHRISTENSEN The initial route proposed for the B Line. After hearing from community members, planners now recommend extending the B Line to downtown St. Paul. The B Line will run along … more
By JANE MCCLURE Too-high groundwater levels and rising construction costs have slowed the start on the Pitch, a six-story mixed-use development west of Allianz Field. The six-story project, … more
by Jane McClure New Taco Bell restaurant? A controversial plan to rebuild the Taco Bell at 565 N. Snelling Ave. is going back before the St. Paul Planning Commission and its Zoning Committee. … more
by Jane McClure O’Gara’s won’t reopen As redevelopment continues along Snelling Avenue, one family business will be missing. The owners of O’Gara’s Bar and Grill announced Nov. 3 that … more
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