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UrbanWorks’ Designing with Color Featured in Nichiha Video Blog

via Nichiha Fiber Cement “Colorful projects across a downtown landscape… discover how UrbanWorks Architecture has colored the Minneapolis skyline! Watch Nichiha‘s recent vlog to learn more about how UrbanWorks’ architects design with color and explore several standout projects.” UrbanWorks is thrilled to have had the opportunity to participate in Nichiha‘s video interview (vlog) that featured…

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Major change at UrbanWorks Architecture: Bly moves on and Elkins plans expansion

via Star Tribune “Tod Elkins and Noah Bly have left their mark on the Twin Cities with distinct residential and mixed-use designs that emerged over the past 12 years from their small-but-influential firm UrbanWorks Architecture. Now their relationship is changing. Bly is selling his stake in the firm and leaving to pursue his own future…

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UrbanWorks Architecture Enters Next Stage as Founding Principals Pursue Separate Paths

FOR RELEASE: MARCH 16, 2017 MINNEAPOLIS, MN.  In a move that UrbanWorks Architecture, a prominent and fast-growing Minneapolis architectural design firm, describes as, “more of an evolution than a separation,” its two founding principals, Noah Bly and Tod Elkins, announced that, although separating and parting ways as joint owners and co-managers of the firm, they…

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Three UrbanWorks Projects in Dougherty Mortgage’s “Market Viewpoint”

via Dougherty Mortgage “Market Viewpoint” Twin Cities Multifamily Market 2016-17″ Three UrbanWorks projects are noted on page three of Dougherty Mortgage’s “Market Viewpoint: Twin Cities Multifamily Market 2016-17” – The Cameron is noted as a new development in the North Loop, and Cornerstone Creek and 66 West are listed as “two notable affordable developments” in…

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Bids sought for adult education building in Minneapolis

via Finance & Commerce “At long last, Minneapolis Public Schools is putting the final touches on plans for a $29 million adult education complex that will take up an entire block on the city’s south side. Late last month the district issued a request for proposals seeking a contractor to build a three-story, 87,000-square-foot facility…

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UrbanWorks Among “The 2017 100 Best Companies to Work For”

via Minnesota Business Magazine Minnesota Business magazine is pleased to announce the winners of its 2017 100 Best Companies to Work For Awards. Minnesota is known for being a great place to live and work, with top-notch companies in many industries headquartered here. Each year, these companies submit nominations for the 100 Best Companies to…

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Schafer Richardson plans North Loop offices

via StarTribune “Schafer Richardson has plans to add more office space to the popular North Loop neighborhood of Minneapolis. The developer wants to build three new floors on top of the two-story Zuccaro’s Produce building at N. 3rd Street and 10th Avenue N. and convert the building into a site for creative office space. With…

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Schafer Richardson will renovate, heighten warehouse in North Loop for office space

via Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal “Schafer Richardson is planning to renovate and expand the Zuccaro’s Produce building at 1000 N. Third St. When complete, the building will total 53,000 square feet of leasable office space.” Read More

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Artists and Their Families Thrive Amid Community and Creativity in Artspace Housing

via The Line Media Artspace Projects, Inc. doesn’t just create affordable live/work spaces for artists – it’s for their families, too. See what it’s like to raise or be a child in one of their communities, including UrbanWorks’ Artspace Jackson Flats project. Read More.

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Bunge Tower will be redeveloped into apartment complex

via Minnesota Daily Project for Pride in Living (PPL) is one step closer to redeveloping the Bunge Tower site to a mix of artist and affordable housing for low-income residents. “This could be a space that really builds a community together,” PPL’s Mary Novak said. Read More

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