When it comes to construction projects, the importance of planning can't be overstated. Whether you're a builder, supplier, designer, contractor, subcontractor or owner, the success of a project depends on the planning and the strength of the contracts between all parties involved. As with a built structure itself, protections against liability and the trajectory of profits must come from a firm foundation, and solid contracts are that foundation.
We are circling back to our Aug. 21, 2014, post. The subject, as the title says, is mechanic's liens, and when we left off we were talking about what happens in a home sale if a mechanic's lien is filed against the property.
In Minneapolis, a conditional use permit is required when a land use application at first glance does not comply with all of the standards and conditions of the zoning ordinance. According to the Land Use and Zoning Overview for Minneapolis, a conditional use permit must have a public hearing before it can be approved.
One of the most famous office campuses in downtown Minneapolis has been sold for more than $100 million, according to news reports. The commercial property consists of a three-building complex in the Gateway District. This facility was sold for $103 million to an entity associated with a real estate investment trust in California.