Downtown St. Paul’s commercial real estate market holding steady

  • Article by: JANET MOORE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 8, 2012 - 8:49 PM

Downtown St. Paul's commercial real estate market kept its equilibrium amid ups and downs.

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ziggymOct. 8, 12 4:41 PM

Yay St. Paul! Let's do more!

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mouthwashOct. 9, 12 1:02 PM

Despite the regional political importance of the State Capitol Complex, in the eyes of world commerce and culture, St. Paul has become little more than Minneapolis' third city -- in fact, its name is not even as recognized as that of Bloomington MN. If St. Paul ever wants to be once again recognized by the outside world (such as being separately recognized in events such as Sunday's "Minneapolis Marathon"), it has to take radical steps. For example, St. Paul might consider simply _tearing down_ most downtown real estate, sending most of its current businesses to Minneapolis, and, as a fresh start, building a brand new 'domed city' which is kept between 50 and 80 degrees fahrenheit year-round.

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