Plymouth: Ripe for redevelopment

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  • Updated: February 1, 2014 - 2:00 PM

One of the defining characteristics of the real estate market last year was a broad shift in demand for housing in or near Minneapolis. That trend, which continues, has been driven by buyers who want to keep their commute as short as possible and to be near shopping, jobs and transportation. Lower, post-crash housing prices opened up markets that were previously unaffordable for many buyers, including many young families that were priced out of these communities.

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rogerbFeb. 3, 1411:26 AM

Plymouth is now considered an 'inner ring' suburb? 20 years ago when I moved here it was a 'second ring' suburb, outside the bounds of older burbs like New Hope and Golden Valley. I suppose the 'ring' we are talking about is the 494-694 loop, which is a rather narrow 'ring' through Plymouth. How about a third lane each direction to aid with this alleged 'redevelopment'?

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