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Minneapolis Upper Harbor Terminal –
What's Next for the 48 Acres of Riverfront Property?

With the closing of the Upper Harbor Terminal along the Mississippi Riverfront in North Minneapolis at the end of 2014, 48 acres will be available for development.

Join a panel of local experts as we discuss the question:      

How do we redevelop in a way that both creates jobs and provides a meaningful place to live, work and interact with our environment?  What does that mean in an urban setting?

The panel will be kicked off by City Council President Barb Johnson.  The panel includes experts from the City, Park Board, Metropolitan Council, development community and the National Park Service, including:
  • Joe Mullery, Northside neighborhood resident, Minnesota House of Representatives
  • Gary Cunningham, Council Member, Metropolitan Council
  • John Anfinson, Interim Superintendent, National Park Service
  • Kjersti Monson, Director of Long Range Planning, City of Minneapolis Community Planning and Economic Development
  • Kristin Guild, Business Development Manager, City of Minneapolis Community Planning and Economic Development
  • Bruce Chamberlain, Assistant Superintendent for Planning, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board
  • Kit Richardson, Principal, Schafer Richardson
Thanks to the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization and CenterPoint Energy for their sponsorship of this event!

Event Details

Date and Time:
Thursday, July 24th, 2014
6pm to 7:30pm

Mississippi Watershed
Management Organization
2522 Marshall Street NE
Minneapolis, MN 55447

Space is limited. 
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your ticket now!

The Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership – a unique private-public partnership - is leading the charge in defining riverfront revitalization. MRP launched the Riverfront Vitality Forums to bring diverse groups together to work on issues critical to creating a vibrant riverfront community.  MRP’s signature work—the Minneapolis Riverfront Vitality Project—is tracking the results of public and private efforts toward a healthy, livable riverfront lined with greenspace and trails and accessible to everyone. 

Visit the MRP website,
or connect by phone at
612-465-8780 x212
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