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What’s Ahead For Construction And Development In The Twin Cities? Find Out At Bisnow’s March 16 Event


Like many construction firms across the country, contractors in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul have contended with their share of challenges in the past year, including labor and building material shortages. Despite this, the Minnesota metro area added nearly 16,000 new residential units in 2021, the highest total since 2005.

On top of all that, the Twin Cities permitted more than $2B in construction projects last year.

What can we expect from the Twin Cities’ development market in 2022? Find out at Bisnow’s Twin Cities Construction and Development event on March 16. Click here to learn more and register.

Panels at this live event will delve into how businesses can continue to move forward while contending with rent control, supply chain and labor issues. Panelists will also discuss the impact of the pandemic on commercial real estate in the Twin Cities; new construction, financing and design strategies; and planned revitalization projects.

Speakers scheduled to discuss commercial development and revitalization include:

  • Andrea Brennan, director of community planning and economic development for the City of Minneapolis.
  • William Katter, president and chief investment officer for United Properties.
  • PJ Hill, financial adviser at NorthRock Partners.
  • Blake Hastings, Oppidan president.
  • Rafi Golberstein, CEO of PACE Loan Group.

Other panelists are scheduled to explore the Twin Cities’ construction market:

  • Moderator Bryan Huntington, shareholder with Larkin Hoffman.
  • Katelyn Murray, principal at North Shore Development Group.
  • Jay Bhakta, managing partner with JR Hospitality.
  • Mario Cuevas, Minneapolis general manager of Moderno Porcelain Works.

This will be a live event at a location to be announced. Bisnow is committed to following safety protocols, including the wearing of face masks by all attendees and participants, socially distanced seating and enhanced sanitation practices.

To learn more about and register for Twin Cities Construction and Development, click here