Minneapolis building makes end run around Vikings stadium

  • Article by: STEVE ALEXANDER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 16, 2012 - 8:00 PM

The 511 Building, a downtown seething Internet hub, holds its ground vs. the stadium.

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bluedevil101Dec. 16, 12 8:15 PM

Sorry folks, you can't get in the way of a professional sports stadium-no matter what you have going on inside. Right?

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mnpls123Dec. 16, 12 9:14 PM

It's just a data center. It should probably relocate anyways to a more secure location.

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thecynic5712Dec. 16, 12 9:55 PM

Kind of funny that the politicians thought that the Vikings are more important than this type of business. Hope they have since pulled their heads out of the sand and looked at the larger picture.

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localguyDec. 17, 12 6:40 AM

The Vikings made their pitch based on economic impact. Sorry, guys, but the internet is crucial for every business in the state. Ziggy meet the true 900 lb gorilla,

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crj333Dec. 17, 12 9:52 AM

The Vikings took away their anonymity?? I just read about it in the Star Trib. What did the Vikings have to do with that.

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roymercerDec. 17, 12 9:52 AM

Eminent domain, baby. Except now its definition includes private property displacing other private property. BestBuy being the most prominent example of tyranny.

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cavellDec. 17, 1210:20 AM

ahh the internet is just a fad

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nkpguyDec. 17, 1210:47 AM

Let's change sites and put it where it belongs........NOT downtown!

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msfb99Dec. 17, 1212:12 PM

Can the people who rammed this stadium through just admit they made a mistake and scrap the whole thing...

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ollie3Dec. 17, 1212:30 PM

who needs a data center when we could have a couple more downtown sports bars?

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