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New DSW Store Opens in Eden Prairie

Designer Shoe Warehouse, better known as DSW, now has an Eden Prairie Location.

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Home Inventory Levels Up / Closed Sales Down in Eden Prairie

Local Market Report Blog for August 2014 in Eden Prairie from shows
New listings up .7% with inventory for sale up 14.8%

Closed Sales – SOLD properties are down 7.6%


Smart Landscaping Means Lower Energy Costs, Higher Home Value

Being smart about where you plant your shrubs and trees can save you up to 25 percent in energy bills by reducing air conditioning and fuel costs throughout the year.


Minnetonka Hospital Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Free Flu Shots

Getting a free flu shot may not be the most exciting way to celebrate a birthday, but for one hospital it’s part of an anniversary party in the west metro. Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Minnetonka Campus on Tuesday. As part of the anniversary celebration, attendees can get free flu shots, courtesy of

New Affordable Housing Complex Breaks Ground in North Mpls.

A groundbreaking ceremony will take place Tuesday for a new housing complex in North Minneapolis. The Commons at Penn is located at the corner of Penn Avenue and Golden Valley Road. The 47-unit affordable housing complex is the work of the nonprofit group Building Blocks, which was founded by former NBA player and North Minneapolis native Devean George. The

5 Counties Urge Met Council to Reconsider 2040 Transportation Plan

Commissioners representing five Twin Cities metro counties expressed their concerns about the Metropolitan Council’s policy plans at a meeting Monday night. More than 25 county commissioners and administrators met with Met Council members at Thompson County Park in West St. Paul. The argument stemmed from the THRIVE MSP 2040 plan and related policy plans on