Friday, August 31, 2012
Check out some of the latest developments on Eagan's business scene.
Follow Eagan Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter Interstate Partners, a developer looking to build an office and data center in Eagan, isn't the only business making waves in Eagan this week. Here's a quick rundown of some of the other recent business developments happening in the community.
Sunday, April 22, 2012
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Thursday, April 19, 2012
Local developer Kurt Manley hopes the first phase of construction on the car club will be done later this summer.
Kurt Manley may be too busy managing his eight children to be a classic car enthusiast, but that doesn't mean the developer can't provide a boon to other classic car collectors in the community. That's the idea behind Manley's soon-to-be constructed Eagan Car Club, a $4.3 million project slated to break ground along Hwy. 3 in Eagan this spring. The planned six-acre facility would include as many as 76 garage units and a clubhouse capable of hosting events. The car club is more than just a storage facility for classic automobiles, Manley explained. Rather than renting space, club members pay anywhere from $30,000 to $100,000 to purchase a space, depending on the size of the unit. The units, which range in size, will have air conditioning, …
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
The council is also expected to consider an ordinance amendment prohibiting recreational fires at certain times.
The Eagan City Council will convene at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday night at City Hall to hold a regular meeting. Here's a preview of a selection of agenda items the council is expected to discuss. For a full agenda, click here.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
A developer plans to build a classic car storage facility and clubhouse on a site along Hwy. 3 in Eagan.
Local classic car enthusiasts may soon have a new place to store their vehicles. Last week, the Eagan City Council was expected to vote whether to approve the rezoning and final platting of a six-acre site off Hwy. 3 in eastern Eagan. The move will allow Manley Development to build a clubhouse and 76 storage units—which can be purchased like condominiums and used to store vintage automobiles. In the end, the council voted to continue the motion until its April 17 meeting. According to plans submitted to Eagan city officials, two of the 24x48-foot garage units would be dedicated to development of a clubhouse where members of the Eagan Car Club may potentially purchase accessory products and service for their vehicles. Owners would become …