8,000-plus rooms and counting

  • Article by: JANET MOORE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 12, 2012 - 1:23 PM

The luxury Radisson Blu is poking into the Bloomington skyline, part of a surge in hotel building in the city and Minnesota. Summary.

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furguson11Apr. 4, 12 6:28 AM

This is more evidence that the economy is picking up.

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mn1nativeApr. 4, 12 9:32 AM

Radisson Blue is not a new concept. Calrson bought out Blu hotels from SAS airlines of Sweden to update its image and get more market in Europe. Blue hotels are very common outside of the US.

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shakingcoldApr. 4, 1211:01 AM

It destroys the beautiful front of the mall though.

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sharkysharkApr. 4, 1212:16 PM

It's time for the MOA to pay back the citizens of Bloomington for all the tax breaks.

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Mplsuptown1Apr. 4, 1212:44 PM

The title of the story led me to believe this hotel alone was going to have 8,000 rooms. Journalism.

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bredpathApr. 4, 12 1:02 PM

The MOA should have a motto similar to the Vu Showgirls - "Hundreds of junky stores, and a couple of really nice ones!"

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sjsmaceApr. 4, 12 2:44 PM

So many rooms, so many taxbreaks, so many homeless and never the twain shall meet.

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