Big things are coming to Treasure Island Center, including a larger than life mural that will wrap the building on Cedar and 6th Streets. The Saint Paul Port Authority has […]
Treasure Island Resort & Casino announced that they have entered into a multiyear agreement with Go Wild LLC, a joint venture between Hempel Companies and the Saint Paul Port Authority, […]
The Saint Paul Police Department signed a lease at the new Wabasha Center, scheduled to open in the fall of 2017. Use the link below to read more about the […]
Skyway to Nowhere Removed On Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017, crews took down the famed Skyway to Nowhere, a downtown Saint Paul anomaly that has baffled residents and visitors alike for more than […]
The Saint Paul Port Authority’s board of directors gave its approval today for the organization to get further involved with the Minnesota United Soccer Stadium redevelopment project. The Saint Paul […]
Pioneer Press Editorial Editorial: Brownfields, neighborhoods and jobs in St. Paul
The Saint Paul Port Authority, co-owner of Wabasha Center (formerly Macy’s in downtown Saint Paul), is excited to announce the Minnesota Wild as the first tenant in this mixed-use facility scheduled to open in the fall of 2017.
The Saint Paul Port Authority is currently working as a consultant, assisting the City of Red with the redevelopment a key industrial site.
Here is another example of the Saint Paul Port Authority’s involvement with a key redevelopment project in Saint Paul.