Minneapolis is a great city. We have a thriving food scene, some of the best biking trails in the country and a park system envied by all. However, we do not have a bustling Pedestrian Mall.
How could Nicollet Mall, now an ode to concrete, be “re-engineered for street activation”? Our writer imagines bikes, scooters, trees and more.
West 7th Place in St. Paul has often been a small and cool pedestrian area for me. It’s also been a pre-event meetup place at (now closed) Wild Tymes for a concert at the X a few blocks away, or next door to it at the least desirable venue in the Twin Cities. Dating back […]