On January 27, 2016 the Minnesota Construction Association honored its members for outstanding recently completed construction projects. Schuler Shoes won the New Project Total Value Under $10,000,000 category. 2016 MCA Awards of Excellence
June 30th 2015 celebrated the groundbreaking ceremony for Aurora on France Senior Housing, alongside Fairview, Ebenezer, Volunteers of America, Mount Development and Pope Architects. Together they are partnered on the new 227,577 sq. ft., 5-story new high-end, Senior Living and Care which is expected to open October of 2016. Aurora on France is conveniently located […]
Schuler Shoes exiting HarMar Mall for new store Schuler Shoes is leaving Roseville’s HarMar Mall after 17 years and opening a new, standalone store across the street. The Maple Grove-based shoe store chain plans to build a larger store with more storage space in the Roseville Target parking lot. Schuler Shoes Inc. will make the […]
Type: Senior housing Size: 227,577 square feet Units: 195 Developer: Mount Development Co. Architect: Edward Farr Architects Details: A senior housing proposal for the corner of France Avenue and West 65th Street in Edina appears near the finish in its approval process. The Edina Planning Commission this month approved the final plans and rezoning for […]
October 20, 2014 celebrated the ground-breaking of the Dayton Distribution Center I, a 247,004-square-foot distribution center in the city of Dayton, MN. The building is expected to be complete by the spring of 2015. Dayton Distribution Center 1 will feature 32-foot clear heights, trailer storage and a deep truck court. The project is pursuing LEED for Building […]
Midtown Business Center in Roseville, MN wins the 2014 NAIOP award for Industrial/Bulk Distribution.
Why it won Liberty Property’s willingness to take a risk and propose a new distribution center in a challenging market won over judges in this category. “I think Liberty pushed the envelope,” Patricia Gnetz said. “That created such a buzz in the market, when they said they were going to build in Rogers. There was […]