Posts Tagged ‘The Wedge’

Open Streets opens Lyndale Ave 6/23

Open Streets opens Lyndale Ave 6/23

It’s back. Open Streets will open Lyndale Avenue to all except motorized traffic on Sunday, June 19th, 2013.

Historic Photo of the Week: 28th & Lyndale Gas Station

Historic Photo of the Week: 28th & Lyndale Gas Station

A gas station makes way for a church addition.

Historic Photo of the Week: 2323 Lyndale

Historic Photo of the Week: 2323 Lyndale

A photo from the Wedge in 1944

Uptown Business News – 11/25/12

Uptown Business News – 11/25/12

World Street Kitchen, The Republic, Francesca’s Collections, and Fluevog Shoes all open. Atmosfere to relocate and H & M to open soon.

Uptown Business News – 10/17/12

Uptown Business News – 10/17/12

El Meson and Cowboy Slims close, while The Nightingale opens and an Irish pub wants to join Uptown

Uptown Business News – 6/23/12

Uptown Business News – 6/23/12

A highlight of some of the business news going on in the Uptown area, including vandalism, construction, business openings, and more.

Trader Joe’s update

Trader Joe’s update

Trader Joe’s tweaks design, fails to gain neighborhood association support (or opposition), and details emerge on the land use approval process.

More liquor store drama at 27th/Lyndale

The Wedge newspaper reported in its March 2012 edition that the proposed redevelopment of the Flanders Bike shop site by Master Development got complicated when some of the properties were put under contract with the owner of Lake Wine & Spirits, which is located nearby at Grand and Lake. The redevelopment at 2701 Lyndale would […]

Potential Trader Joe’s wine shop boxed out? Update

Potential Trader Joe’s wine shop boxed out? Update

Trader Joe’s representatives presented revised plans for its proposed store at 27th and Lyndale, but a new liquor store proposal across the street may threaten the project’s viability.

A second project at 27th & Lyndale

A second project at 27th & Lyndale

A new proposal emerges for the southeast corner of 27th and Lyndale for a relocated Flanders Cycle and a new 11,000 square foot retail building potentially housing a liquor store, restaurant, and butcher shop/deli.