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by Joni Astrup Associate Editor Some changes are in store for the Main Street and Parrish Avenue intersection in downtown Elk River. The city is looking at eliminating five parking spaces to make room for a right-turn lane for eastbound Main Street traffic wanting to turn south onto Parrish Avenue. ...Read More
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The Elk River Economic Development Authority (EDA) has rejected a loan request from a woman looking to open a coffee shop and fitness studio at Granite Shores in downtown Elk River. Kacey Bottineau, owner of Soul, had requested a $62,304 Energy Efficiency Improvement Program Micro Loan. The level of...Read More
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by Britt Aamodt Contributing writer Granite Shores, the luxury apartment community in downtown Elk River, has clinched a deal that will thrill art lovers and book lovers in one fell swoop. The Arts Alliance and Reading Frenzy Corner will open April 3 in a combined shop in the building’s northeast ...Read More
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by Joni Astrup Associate editor Downtown Elk River saw some significant events unfold in 2012. Two key buildings were sold and are being revitalized, two other buildings were demolished and an enhanced parking lot built, and a long-range plan for the greater downtown area came to fruition. Plus, the...Read More
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by Jim Boyle Editor Interest in Granite Shores of Elk River remains high, and now its owners can boast of the building being a luxury apartment community. Up until recently, it had been a broken condo with luxury apartment units for rent. “We closed on the last condo deal,”  a jubilant Jim Sode...Read More
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by Jim Boyle Editor Jim Soderberg, the president of Soderberg Apartment Specialists in Brooklyn Park, ceremonially cut the ribbon for Granite Shores along Main Street Monday morning in downtown Elk River. Inside he announced plans to fill the first floor with retail businesses and residents — and ...Read More
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