Current Projects & Development

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    Watch the Latest Community Development Journal

    See what's happening in city development, visit with local businesses and get updates on city codes - all in the summer edition of Community Development Journal! Watch Community Development Journal Online Now
  2. new retail at 5300 Central Ave

    New Retail Opens at 5300 Central Ave

    There is a new Starbucks with a drivethru at the corner of 53rd and Central Avenue by Embers. This new retail building also contains a LeeAnn Chin restaurant and an AT&T Store. This new building replaced an old gas station that was demolished last year.
  3. Fridley Market Rendering of New Addition

    Even More Additions to Fridley Market!

    University Avenue and I-694 Area Plans are underway for two new additions to this area. First, is a new 8,400 sq ft building in the area between McDonalds (on 57th Ave) and the Holiday Gas Station. Read on...
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    Cielo Multi-Family Housing Project

    Location: southeast corner of University Avenue and 61st Avenue Click Here to Learn More about the Cielo Project Read on...
  5. Northstar Station, east side

    Northstar TOD Master Plan

    Our goal is to create a community where people can work, live and play all in their own neighborhood. This plan guides future redevelopment to complete necessary pedestrian/cycling connections to transit in the area including buses and the commuter train. Read on...
  6. Northern Stacks

    Northern Stacks: Redeveloping the BAE/FMC Site

    Fridley Land LLC, the owner of 4800 East River Road (now called Northern Stacks) is in the process of redeveloping the property into 1.6 million square feet of new industrial buildings, in 4 phases. The first of many buildings has now been constructed. Read on...
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  1. Save Water - Save Money!

    Stop! Before you buy a new washer or toilet, or tackle your sprinkler system, you could be eligible to save up to 50% of your cost. Read on...
  2. MCES Sewer Improvement Project

    Update: Work begins the week of August 17. 0.5 miles of Rice Creek Trail will close. Sewer rehabilitation work by the Metropolitan Council Environmental Service (MCES) will continue through Oct 2016. Updates posted on MCES website: latest update 8/10/15. Read on...
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