The Changing Landscape of the Twin Cities


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It’s no secret that the Twin Cities is a growing metropolis, with new construction popping up all over Minneapolis and St. Paul.

With this new construction comes new opportunities. And while it’s always fun to look forward, it’s also fun to take a stroll down Memory Lane.

In fact, let’s take a look at some of the projects that took place over the last several years and how those projects have transformed the landscape of the Twin Cities. These photos are courtesy of RENTCafe, a national rental website.

To switch between the old and new images, simply drag the arrow back-and-forth.

Latitude 45 (2015) – Downtown Minneapolis

The Nic on Fifth (2014) – Downtown Minneapolis

WaHu Student Living (2013) – Prospect Park, Minneapolis

University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital (2014) – Cedar Riverside, Minneapolis

TCF Bank Stadium (2009) – Dinkytown, Minneapolis

Phoenix on the River (2008) – Marcy-Holmes, Minneapolis

Radisson Blu at Mall of America (2013) – Bloomington

8200 Tower (2007) – Bloomington

One Southdale Place (2014) – Edina

Peter J. King Emergency Care Center (2011) – West Seventh, St. Paul

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