Development is widespread all over the Twin Cities area right now, and it’s something that is especially evident when you can see it all unfolding on a map.
Just this month alone, developers have proposed several new large-scale developments for the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, including a massive 26-story apartment tower and another luxury hotel-condo combo development that’s being planned for the North Loop.
With so much construction transforming the Twin Cities metro area, it’s becoming harder and harder to keep up with that’s going on, which is why Business Journal just recently launched a pretty cool new tool they’re calling ‘Crane Watch.’
An interactive map that tracks ongoing and future development all over the Twin Cities, Crane Watch already highlights 50 of the area’s largest projects that combine to total over $3.5 billion in construction costs. As noted by the Business Journal, the new Crane Watch tool focuses mainly on large-scale projects that have a cost of around $25 million or higher, so if you’re someone who’s interested in new development happening all over our region, it’s certainly worth keeping an eye on moving forward while the latest Twin Cities construction boom keeps rolling on.