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"All it takes is a good partner," he said after winning the B doubles title with Sean Clarke in Fridley. Hurley's been a regular visitor the USHA Nationals and this was his first title, having been a mainstay in the age-level B events.
They are:<br /> The 67-unit third phase of the Cielo apartments in Fridley (due to finish in April 2019).<br /> The 117-unit Lake Jonathan Flats in Chaska (July 2019).<br /> The 96-unit Crossroads at Elm Creek (January 2019).<br /> The 70-unit Harrison Bay Senior Living in Mound (September 2018).<br />Trident has not yet decided which, if any, of these projects it might sell.<br />CAPREIT now owns four apartment properties in Minnesota, according to its website.
The USHA Board of Directors met in Fridley, Minnesota, June 19-20, prior to the National Four-Wall Championships.
"We've been preparing for this move for a while, so to be nearing the finish line is exciting."<br />Anoka County records indicate that Copart owns more than 10 acres at its site at 3737 East River Road in Fridley.<br />Copart also owns auction sites in Ham Lake and in Avon, serving St.
Terry Nett and Lewis Lambert have done their share of winning but earned their first national title together in Fridley. Both are first-year eligible in the 65s and play together unless one of them is hurt.
Tenants might soon move into Fridley's Northern Stacks industrial park at discount rents if the park's developers are able to purchase a building next door.<br />But for it to happen, the developers say they need up to $1.5 million in public money to clean up buried debris and contamination on the property.
A very nice win for the newest 50 doubles champs in Fridley.
Correction: An earlier version of this article had an incorrect number of units and price per unit in the item titled "Fridley apartments sell for $1.9 million."<br />&nbsp;<br />Editor's note: "Just Sold" is a Finance & Commerce feature based on certificates of real estate value recently filed for commercial transactions and significant residential transactions in Twin Cities counties.