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See The Completed Project on the 2019 Minneapolis & St. Paul Home Tour

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Come see the finished project. If you joined us in 2018 for the "Hard Hat Tour" you'll be in for a huge surprise.

We're excited to call The Railing Shop our new home. More details to come on the tour logistics in the coming weeks. 

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See The Completed Project on the 2019 Minneapolis & St. Paul Home Tour

Posted by Cory Vandenberghe on

Come see the finished project. If you joined us in 2018 for the "Hard Hat Tour" you'll be in for a huge surprise.

We're excited to call The Railing Shop our new home. More details to come on the tour logistics in the coming weeks. 

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In The News - East Side Review News

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Historic Schorenstein Garage to become a home for young couple

The property is the last from the vacant home tour to be sold

The historic Schorenstein Garage has new owners. The property, which is the last to be officially sold from the Dayton’s Bluff Vacant Home Tour, will be converted from a commercial space into a home.

During the Jan. 11 St. Paul Housing and Redevelopment Authority meeting, the sale and development agreement were approved for the property at 216-218 Bates Ave. 

The former commercial property will be rehabilitated by Cory Vandenberghe and his fiancée, Tia Helfrich, for their future home, making this particular home sale unique in that it is being rehabilitated by the future occupants themselves rather than a developer.

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In The News - East Side Review News

Posted by Cory Vandenberghe on

Historic Schorenstein Garage to become a home for young couple

The property is the last from the vacant home tour to be sold

The historic Schorenstein Garage has new owners. The property, which is the last to be officially sold from the Dayton’s Bluff Vacant Home Tour, will be converted from a commercial space into a home.

During the Jan. 11 St. Paul Housing and Redevelopment Authority meeting, the sale and development agreement were approved for the property at 216-218 Bates Ave. 

The former commercial property will be rehabilitated by Cory Vandenberghe and his fiancée, Tia Helfrich, for their future home, making this particular home sale unique in that it is being rehabilitated by the future occupants themselves rather than a developer.

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In The News - Kare11

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In The News - Kare11

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Community News - Edible Streetscape Coming To East Side

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This summer, East Seventh Street will be a showcase for local food “to honor and share the diverse healthy food traditions that we have on the East Side,” said Tracy Sides, executive director of Urban Oasis.

On May 26, Urban Oasis, along with Urban Roots and the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, will start a project called “Edible Streetscape.”

The project has three goals: To help create a healthier and more walkable environment along East Seventh Street and on the East Side in general, to honor and share the nutritious and diverse food traditions of the East Side, and to illuminate local food connections.

The project has been in the works for a few months now as Urban Oasis took in community input on which plants to grow in 10 planters along East Seventh Street.

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Community News - Edible Streetscape Coming To East Side

Posted by Cory Vandenberghe on

This summer, East Seventh Street will be a showcase for local food “to honor and share the diverse healthy food traditions that we have on the East Side,” said Tracy Sides, executive director of Urban Oasis.

On May 26, Urban Oasis, along with Urban Roots and the Dayton’s Bluff Community Council, will start a project called “Edible Streetscape.”

The project has three goals: To help create a healthier and more walkable environment along East Seventh Street and on the East Side in general, to honor and share the nutritious and diverse food traditions of the East Side, and to illuminate local food connections.

The project has been in the works for a few months now as Urban Oasis took in community input on which plants to grow in 10 planters along East Seventh Street.

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In The News - Pioneer Press

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Eager to call attention to a new bikeway in Dayton’s Bluff, neighborhood boosters are inviting residents to a free picnic and bicycle ride.

The Stewards of Margaret Park are cycling the Margaret Street Bikeway between Forest Street and McKnight Road on Saturday, May 14, following a bicycle safety and maintenance clinic.

The event is free to attend, but participants are encouraged to preregister online.

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In The News - Pioneer Press

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Eager to call attention to a new bikeway in Dayton’s Bluff, neighborhood boosters are inviting residents to a free picnic and bicycle ride.

The Stewards of Margaret Park are cycling the Margaret Street Bikeway between Forest Street and McKnight Road on Saturday, May 14, following a bicycle safety and maintenance clinic.

The event is free to attend, but participants are encouraged to preregister online.

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