Ongoing Construction Update

Expansion of the North Ramp began in January 2018. It will re-open on or about April 1st. The North Ramp will be completed in September 2018 and will provide more than 400 parking stalls for customers and employees. 

Demolition of the Center Ramp will begin April 2nd, 2018. This will be an active construction site for more than one year. When complete in Fall 2019, this site will feature new apartment homes, new retail shops, and 100+ stalls of indoor customer parking all centered around a series of pedestrian ways and public plazas.

 

Market Street Construction Update

June 22, 2018

CONSTRUCTION COFFEE BREAK
8:00 to 9:00 a.m., Friday, June 29, at D'Amico & Sons

Join A&P Superintendent, Rob Berger, Nolan Mains representative, Brent Rogers, and Interstate Parking Manager, Ben Fredrikson along with Bill Neuendorf and Brian Olson, City of Edina representatives, to learn more about the ongoing construction work along Market Street. 

North Ramp Expansion

Next week's construction activity:

Monday, June 25:

     
  • Work will begin at 4 a.m. to be finished around 12:30 p.m. Expect many concrete trucks on site that morning.
  • The orange route leading from the west stairwell will be closed during this time.
  • All clients and employees will be re-routed to use the east stairway/purple route.
  • A & P will have staff on site to direct pedestrians to the east stairwell (purple).
  • Access to the post office will remain open.

Other work this week:

      
  • Crews will continue concrete work for walls, columns, and curb on east and west sides.
  • Painting of interior decks, walls, and columns will continue (10 p.m. to 6 a.m.) when the ramp is not in use. This is the last week of nigh painting work.
  • Exterior painting to continue on south elevation, then moving to the north elevation of existing structure.
  • Materials to be delivered and assembly of scaffolding will begin for concrete block wall on east retail space.
  • Shoring from the east addition will continue to be dismantled and transported off site. There will be 1-2 semi-trucks daily.
  • Storefront walls to be framed on west retail space.
  • Installation of water main connections on east and west additions.
  • Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing installations will continue throughout the structure.

Nolan Mains Construction Updates

  • As of June 15, vibrations and loud banging related to the installation of shoring are behind us. YEA!

Next week's construction activity

  • Lagging and Tie Back anchor installation continues along the south edge of the site (60% completed).
  • Excavation and removal of soil continues through July (60% completed).
  • Concrete pumping for footing and foundation work will begin June 25. This work will be staged onsite.
  • Tower Crane erection continues to be on schedule to begin June 25. Trucks will be staged onsite and will not require any road closure.

Street Repair

The City of Minneapolis is rebuilding a catch basin and will be working next week to repair their infrastructure. You will see digging on the east side of France Avenue, north of 50th Street. This work will take place June 25-26, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There will be several parking spots impacted, but no road closures. This is NOT part of the Market Street project.

CenterPoint Update

Please email claims relating to the February 13, 2018, gas leaks to Marci Inama, minama@unitedlocating.com, attention Aaron Gibbs, General Manager, United Locating Services. Be sure to reference the "February 13, 2018, gas leak in Edina" in the subject line of your email. You may also contact Marci at 406-541-9586.

The City has created a Parking Map detailing Public Parking near 50th & France. Several public and employee parking options are available at 50th & France. Parking is also available on local streets as shown on the map. 
 
STAY INFORMED - Sign up for City Extra emails. This will give you information on any city emergency and road closure within Edina.

Schedule for Monthly Construction Updates
  
Construction Mitigation and Parking Management Plan, Dec. 2017

Valet Parking FAQ

Parking Map