Kraus-Anderson Breaks Ground on North Loop Green Mixed-Use Project in Minneapolis

The development will include office, residential, hospitality, retail and green space.

MINNEAPOLIS — Kraus-Anderson has broken ground on North Loop Green, a mixed-use development in the North Loop neighborhood of Minneapolis. Hines, along with partners AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust and Marquee Development, are the developers. Plans call for 350,000 square feet of office space, 350 residential units, 100 hospitality units and 17,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. A key feature of the project will be The Green, a one-acre green space that will host community events. The project architect, ESG Architects, plans to move its office to the development. Completion is slated for spring 2024. Brent Robertson of JLL will lead leasing efforts for the office component.

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