February 2018

Found 3 blog entries for February 2018.

St. Paul's Former Downtown Macy'sThe former Macy's in St. Paul is fast becoming a "happening place," and is due to become a popular destination for skating and hockey fans when the new Treasure Island Rink is finally open for business. It should be real soon and, according to Minnesota Wild's Chief Financial Officer Jeff Pellegrom, the team is more than ready to get on the ice of their new rooftop practice center.

The rooftop ice rink is designed to draw upwards of 600,000 visitors during the year. The rink will seat 1,200 people and is expected to be a popular place for Hamline University's hockey teams and sports leagues. Lower floors of the building will include office space, shopping, limited retail and parking. It is convenient to downtown public transportation, including

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Here's How to Start a Career in Commercial Real EstateThe commercial real estate market is hot, particularly in Minneapolis and St. Paul. With a thriving economy, there are more residents moving to the area, which naturally leads to an increase in demand for multi-family housing, retail development and office space to house all of those new jobs. Now is an exciting time for many to consider getting into the commercial real estate market, but it's important to recognize that this industry does not offer an easy opportunity to get rich quick. It takes a dedicated individual who is willing to work hard, persevere and focus on their results. Many commercial real estate veterans have said that these are some of the best tips for those who are new to the industry:

Separate Emotions from a Commercial Real

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Top Qualities To Look For In A Commercial Property ManagerWhen creating an investment strategy for commercial properties in Minneapolis and St. Paul, commercial real estate investors will need to recognize that a property manager is the perfect complement to the plan. A property manager or a qualified property management firm will help manage the day-to-day operations of multi-family units, retail buildings and office space. This allows investors to focus on their next major financial purchase or that upcoming real estate deal that will land them a coveted piece of property in the Twin Cities.

The Role of a Property Manager

A property manager is hired by a commercial real estate investor to manage the day-to-day operations of a commercial building as well as the financial records. Property managers

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