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26-Story Mixed-Use Tower Planned For Construction At Northeastern University

Northeastern University is planning to construct a 26-story mixed-use tower on the site of a current surface-level parking area. The project will feature 975 student beds, 115,300 square-feet of office space for Northeastern University, and 2,800 square-feet of retail space. Construction will begin in 2021 and is expected to take 31 months. The project’s cost is currently unknown. 

UnitedHealth Group Considering Proposal For $35 Million New Office Space

UnitedHealth Group is exploring a proposal, submitted by the building company Commercial Horizons, that is calling for the construction of a $35 million new office space near De Pere, Wis. The 4-story, 174,000 square-foot project is expected to break ground in early 2020, with an estimated completion date of Q1-2021. 

City of Cleveland Planning a $60 Million New Police HQ

The City of Cleveland has introduced plans to construct a new police headquarters located on Opportunity Corridor, the $330 million roadway that is currently under construction. While costs for the new police HQ are currently unknown, it is expected to cost significantly more than the initially projected $60 million. The plan calls for the construction of a main building, auxiliary buildings, and dedicated parking atop a 10-acre site. 

The Port of Oswego Will Receive $15 Million for New Export Storage Center

The Port of Oswego, in Oswego, NY, is slated to receive $15 million in state funds for the construction of a state-of-the-art agricultural export storage center. Once completed in September 2020, the modern storage center will have a capacity of up to 15,000 metric tons and allow ships to spend less time at the port, thus increasing the port’s net capacity.

Minneapolis Nonprofit to Break Ground On A New $22 Million Resource Center 

Family Partnership, a Minneapolis-based non-profit that assists victims of sex trafficking, is planning on constructing a new $22 million resource center to help keep up with increasing demand for their services. The new center, which will break ground this winter and move operations into the new center in early 2021, will include staff therapy offices, community meeting spaces, and administrative offices. 

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