The former BP gas station at 525 Blake Road has been demolished and will be replaced with two 6,000 square feet retail buildings.
The goal of this redevelopment project is to redevelop the former Park Nicollet site at 815 First Street South, and add the Lutheran Digest building property to it.
The goal of this redevelopment project is to remodel the former Mayon Plastics building located at 415 17th Avenue North.
Marketplace & Main Townhomes
The Marketplace & Main townhomes are now being constructed at Mainstreet and 7th Avenue North. There will be seven two and three bedroom townhomes.
- Blake Road Corridor
A community assessment and a small area plan will guide future development in the Blake Road Corridor as land costs and other market conditions, as well as future light rail transit, attract higher intensity development.
- East End Redevelopment
The goal is to redevelop the primary area into higher density, mixed-use developments that include primarily office, housing, and limited retail uses.
- Eighth Avenue South Redevelopment/The ARTery
The goal is for a pedestrian-friendly corridor - the ARTery - to connect the future Downtown Light Rail Transit station to Mainstreet along 8th Avenue South.
- Fifth Avenue Flats
The goal of this redevelopment project is to redevelop the block between 5th and 6th Avenues from Mainstreet to 1st Street North into a housing/retail project.
- Shady Oak Road Redesign
The goal is to design a roadway reconstruction plan that improves traffic flow on Shady Oak Road and provides redevelopment opportunities.
- Light Rail Station Area Planning
The Southwest Corridor LRT line will stretch approximately 15 miles from downtown Minneapolis to Eden Prairie, with three stations planned in Hopkins.
Marketplace & Main
The Hopkins Honda Body Shop and used car sales lot was redeveloped into a mixed use (housing/retail/townhome) development.
An LA Fitness health club has been completed at the intersection of Highway 7 and Hopkins Crossroad.
Excelsior Crossings (Cargill)
The vacant SUPERVALU property was demolished and an office complex with an emphasis on job creation, structured parking, and traffic was developed.