On a loftier scale, Thor Development is working with United Properties and First Avenue Productions of Minneapolis on the first phase of the Upper Harbor Terminal
As for future projects, Thor is part of the master development team for the ambitious Upper Harbor Terminal
project in north Minneapolis.
Correction:A previous version of this story failed to include the city of Minneapolis' planned participation with the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board in providing $16 million for infrastructure improvements at the Upper Harbor Terminal
What we are trying to do is serve the needs of the people of Minnesota," Urdahl said.<br />The House bill offers $364 million for asset preservation, $120 million for road and transportation infrastructure, and $153 million for water and conservation projects, among other priorities.<br />Projects in the bill include a new visitor center at Historic Fort Snelling ($30 million), a Second Harvest Food Bank facility in Brooklyn Park ($18 million), the Upper Harbor Terminal
redevelopment in Minneapolis ($15 million), and a Pillsbury Hall makeover at the University of Minnesota.<br />[divider]<br />Related: <br /> Minnesota House unveils $825 million bonding bill<br /> Preservation 'biggest need' at Minnesota veterans homes<br />
House Republicans are pitching $825 million for public works construction across the state, but early reaction to the proposal is mixed as some critics say it's not generous enough and that it ignores mass transit.<br />The bonding bill, released Wednesday, offers $364 million for asset preservation at state-owned buildings, $120 million for roads and transportation, and $153 million for water and conservation projects.<br />Specific projects in the bill include a new visitor center at Historic Fort Snelling ($30 million), a Second Harvest Food Bank facility in Brooklyn Park ($18 million), and the Upper Harbor Terminal
redevelopment in Minneapolis ($15 million).<br />Republican state Rep.
The Upper Harbor Terminal
property between Dowling Avenue North and 36th Avenue North, just off Second Street North.