Thursday, May 9, 2013
Crews began revamping the 6444 Lyndale Ave. S. Richfield Municipal Liquor Store location April 1.
Richfield Municipal Stores Operations Manager Bill Fillmore updates citizens on the progress of it's store at 6444 Lyndale Ave. S. Click the "play" button on the video above to see what's happening. This is the May 6, 2013 update. Related articles: Follow Richfield Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Monday, April 29, 2013
The project began on April 1.
Richfield Municipal Stores Operations Manager Bill Fillmore updates citizens on the progress of it's store at 6444 Lyndale Ave. S. Click the "play" button on the video above to see what's happening. This is the April 25, 2013 update. Related articles: Follow Richfield Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Saturday, April 13, 2013
The project began April 1.
Richfield Municipal Stores Operations Manager Bill Fillmore updates citizens on the progress of it's store at 6444 Lyndale Ave. S. Click the "play" button on the video above to see what's happening. Related articles: Follow Richfield Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Construction begins April 1, 2013.
The Richfield City Council gave the construction greenlight for the revamp of the 6444 Lyndale Ave. S. liquor store at its Jan. 22 meeting. Construction is set to being April 1. The images above are the new design concepts for the revamped store.
Sunday, February 10, 2013
The closures are part of the Xerxes Avenue Bridge project.
Thursday, August 16, 2012
The plans were shown during a community event Thursday evening.
For roughly 16 months, residents have been waiting to catch a glimpse of the future Lyndale Garden Center property. Finally, during a community event with the Richfield Farmers Market Thursday evening, The Cornerstone Group unveiled initial renderings of the future downtown Richfield center. "We're still very much in the design and planning part of the process," Colleen Carey, president of the development firm, told Richfield Patch. "It's not a done deal yet." Thursday's event was a chance for the Carey and her development team to showcase their current concept for the site. The event was also aimed to gather more input and feedback. "We want input and we welcome input," Carey said. "We want [the center] to be a place where people want to …
Thursday, October 13, 2011
The redevelopment of the northern Lyndale Corridor begins.
After nearly three years of planning, designing and dealing with financing woes, Woodlake Plaza redevelopers Michael Development Inc. and St. Croix Real Estate announced they are breaking ground on the 94-unit apartment complex project at a ceremony at noon Oct. 19, 2011. Lyndale Plaza, formerly named Lyndale Commons, is a 2.5-acre project designed by award-winning architectural firm, Collage Architects, according to a press release. In addition to the apartment complex, the finished product will include a transit plaza for commuters, pedestrian lighting, benches, large areas of green space and underground parking for tenants and surface parking for guests. The interior of the apartments will feature 9-foot ceilings, Energy Star appliances…
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Construction is underway at the corner of 66th Street and Penn Avenue.
The national CVS Pharmacy Pharmacy chain recently broke ground on construction of a forthcoming store in Richfield at the corner of Penn Avenue and 66th Street. A firm opening date for what will be the company’s only location in the city remains unknown, but according to Richfield Community Development's Karen Barton, CVS previously expressed a plan for construction that would likely see the store open sometime in January 2012. “Typically it’s their desire to knock this thing out in 120 days from start to finish,” Barton said, though she cautioned that once the company received approval from the City of Richfield to build the store, city officials didn’t have any more input into the construction’s timeline. “All kinds of things can derail …
Monday, October 3, 2011
Assistant City Manager Pam Dymtrenko updates residents on progress of city hall site.
While the new Richfield City Hall and Municipal Center building officially opened to the public in June 2011—as neighbors know—the site itself is still being worked on. Assistant City Manager Pam Dymtrenko was on hand Tuesday night to update the Richfield City Council and audience members on crews’ progress. Completed Work Pending Work Postponed Work Once the parking lot is complete, the temporary lot will be torn out. The new lot is expected to be ready for use in the beginning of November 2011. A grand opening will be scheduled for the spring once the entire site is finished, while city officials are considering a “soft” opening in November once the parking lot can accommodate more people.
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Five things you need to know about the continuing city hall project.
1) Demolition was scheduled to begin as early as 7 a.m. Tuesday morning on the old Richfield City Hall building. 2) One the building is demolished crews will begin constructing the parking area for the new Richfield City Hall and Municipal Center building. 3) The demolition of the old building should take about three weeks to complete. 4) The parking site won't be finished until late October or early November 2011. 5) Once the site is finished the city will likely hold a grand opening in the fall. For a photo gallery of the new building, click here.