Director presented the following information at a special work session Tuesday:
The will soon be known as Lyndale Station. Currently the is being built on the corner of Lyndale Avenue and 65th Street and is still expected to be finished in the fall.
The 20,000-square-foot, mixed-retail building is also underway on the eastside of the property, which is also expected to be finished this fall. The 8,500-square-foot restaurant will likely not start construction until next year.
The is expected to begin sometime this summer. The developer, The Cornerstone Group, is still negotiating three leases—a hardware store, restaurant and co-op grocery store—to occupy the building, which is scheduled to be ready for occupancy by the spring of 2013.
Seventy-five to 125 units of multi-family residential is still being planned to line , as well as a mixed-use building on Lyndale Avenue. Developers are also planning on continuing to gather input from the public for other development decisions such as putting in a public plaza, trails or a splash park for kids.
, which is replacing , is set to open late in 2012. Leasing is already underway for the 94-unit building. Nineteen of the apartments are affordable units.
sometime this July. The restaurant will feature a full bar, outdoor seating and more than 100 seats inside. The entire building has essentially been gutted and redone, leaving only the shell original.
Arc’s Value Village
Following the building of on the corner of 66th Street and Penn Avenue, is also planning improvements to make the space work better for them. Much of the work will be done on the interior of the building and is set to begin in June.
, with some cleanup work still happening. The new two-story superstore will be a whopping 290,000 square feet and is expected to be finished in the spring of 2013.
The after granting the final approvals for the redevelopment.
LaMettry’s Auto Body
is hoping to relocate its facility to the city-owned Candlewood outlot. The move will facilitate the expansion of . It is still very early in the process.
O’Reilly Auto Parts
purchased the former King Oscar’s site and has received planning and zoning approvals from the city and the building permit application is underway. The building will be approximately 6,700 square feet.
The city is working on the (TIF) financing plan now.