Weird tho that Hoyt properties bothered to commission a rendering of just the refurbished 700-708 Central buildings alone, not including the proposed penthouse additions or the new stick-frame building that would be added to the parking lot behind it. But it's been just 8 months since approval, so I don't think there's cause to ring the "cancellation" alarm quite yet.Here is the Leasing page for the retail/restaurant portion: http://www.hoytproperties.com/index.php ... velopment/
I also found on the city website that in back in December the city council approved their request for a transit oriented development grant submission to the county: http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/www/gro ... 135021.pdf
Good to see that there's at least a little movement on this!
Compare that to plans from when the whole project was approved in April 2014: http://minneapolismn.gov/www/groups/pub ... 122686.pdf