Get informed and share opinions on an epic opportunity to redevelop 48 acres of riverfront
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and City of Minneapolis are hosting an open house on May 24 for Minneapolis residents to learn more about the Upper Harbor Terminal site and provide input on its upcoming redevelopment. The public meeting will be held 6-8 pm at the Minneapolis Urban League (2100 Plymouth Ave. N) in the Laura Scott Williams Room.
Short presentations are scheduled at 6:15 pm and 7 pm. Families are encouraged to attend and light refreshments will be served. Staff members fluent in Somali and Spanish will be present to help with any translation needs. Please request other languages
The Upper Harbor Terminal closed in 2014 after decades as an industrial shipping yard. Now the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and City of Minneapolis are working collaboratively to redevelop the 48-acre site along the North Minneapolis riverfront. Please join us on May 24!
Date: May 24, 2016
Time: 6-8 pm
Location: Minneapolis Urban League – Laura Scott Williams Room
Address: 2100 Plymouth Ave. N
Topic: Informal open house to learn more about the Upper Harbor Terminal site