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What's Happening with the Most Prominent Pieces of (Formerly) Underused Real Estate in the Twin Cities


Between the Wabasha and Roberts Street bridges across the Mississippi River from downtown St. Paul is ... It has closed dozens of stores and in an attempt to make money off the real estate it holds across the country, it spun off real estate investment ...


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