Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Developer warns the redevelopment of the 47-acre property in central Eagan must be "market-driven" to be successful.
Follow Eagan Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter | Blog for us Eagan City Council members reaffirmed their interest in a pedestrian-friendly, attractive development with a mix of retail businesses, office space and potentially residential housing at the former Lockheed Martin property on Tuesday night. The council heard from representatives from CSM Corporation—the developer that owns the 47-acre property in central Eagan—and a consulting firm during a two-hour, focused discussion regarding the future of the property. CSM purchased the Lockheed Martin site in 2011 after Lockheed Martin announced it would shutter the roughly 620,000-square-foot facility by 2013. The developer proposed building a large-…
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Last year, Eagan officials commissioned a $15,000 study to help them identify a vision for the former Lockheed Martin site, now owned by developer CSM Corporation.
Follow Eagan Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter | Blog for us The Eagan City Council will convene at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday night at City Hall to hold a special meeting. Here's a preview of a selection of agenda items the council is expected to discuss. For a full agenda, click here.
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Dakota County officials, Eagan City Council members and a handful of local business owners sparred over the future of a busy portion of Pilot Knob Road on Tuesday night.
Follow Eagan Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter | Blog for us After conducting a months-long traffic study on a portion of Pilot Knob Road in Eagan, Dakota County officials finally submitted a recommendation to the Eagan City Council for review. But the proposal ran into a wall of opposition at a Tuesday night meeting from council members and local business leaders. Eagan Mayor Mike Maguire rejected the recommendation during a heated debate, calling it "premature", "inflexible" and harmful to local businesses along the roadway. Pilot Knob Road has been under county scrutiny for months. County officials seek to relieve heavy traffic congestion on a .36-mile-long stretch between Yankee Doodle Road and …
Friday, March 16, 2012
The owner of the Lockheed Martin site unveiled its plans in front of several dozen area residents and officials at a Wednesday evening meeting in Eagan.
The developers of the Lockheed Martin property unveiled their plans for a 510,000-square-foot retail complex in front of an alternately warm and cold audience on Wednesday night. Several dozen area residents attended CSM Corporation's neighborhood meeting at the Eagan Community Center to get a first look at the company's redevelopment plans for the property. CSM purchased the 47-acre parcel in downtown Eagan following Lockheed Martin's announcement in 2010 that it plans to close its sprawling facility and move many of the jobs at the site to New York and California. The developers plan to begin construction on the proposed complex in April 2013—one month after Lockheed moves out of the facility, and open the retail center in the fall of …
Monday, March 5, 2012
The developer plans to discuss its plans for the redevelopment of the Lockheed Martin property.
The company behind the proposed redevelopment of the 47-acre Lockheed Martin site in Eagan plans to hold a neighborhood meeting for local residents on Wednesday, March 14. The meeting, which will run from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Eagan Community Center, will be an opportunity to learn more about the project and ask questions, according to a press release issued Monday. The meeting is being hosted by CSM Eagan, LLC., a subsidiary of CSM Corporation, and will be attended by CSM and its consultants. The company is considering the construction of as much as 520,000 square feet of retail space at the Lockheed Martin site. The new development would replace the existing office facility. The meeting is being held in advance of CSM's formal …