Minneapolis condo residents want vibration study before Southwest light rail goes forward (MN)

Two years ago, construction began on a new apartment building on West Lake Street in Minneapolis where the former Tryg’s restaurant once stood, a little more than 150 feet from the Calhoun-Isles condominiums.  Vibrations from construction caused cracks in the walls of a condo tower in the bucolic complex off Dean Court, former grain elevators built during Minneapolis’ milling heyday in the early 20th century, and retrofitted in the 1980s for residential use.    Read the article…………..


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