Wilkerson & Hegna
Attorneys at Law
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We are also fully equipped to assist you with your real estate and business needs. Our transaction attorneys provide personalized plans to achieve your business and investment objectives. Our years of transactional experience combined with our attention to detail and our attentiveness to the desires of our clients have made us a highly demanded firm for businesses.
Our attorneys serve clients in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington to Brooklyn Park, Minnetonka to Maplewood and throughout Minnesota.
Our clients expect creative solutions and higher standards. Clients have consistently returned to Wilkerson & Hegna for business and personal needs because our attorneys are highly skilled in their respective areas of practice.
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Kraus-Anderson has begun the process of tearing down a vacant St. Paul office building in order to make room for an upscale 92-unit apartment building. The original building—Capital Professional Office Building in the Capitol Heights neighborhood—was also built by Kraus Anderson in the 1960s. The office space has been vacant for two years. Kraus-Anderson received […]
Judge Orders Mediation between Ramsey County and Arden Hills over Redevelopment of Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant Site
Ramsey County and Arden Hills have been at an impasse for months regarding a dispute over the redevelopment of a 427-acre property, formerly known as the Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant. The judge overseeing the dispute ruled this week that the parties must enter into mediation before the suit can move forward. This dispute began […]
Two years ago, the Lowry Apartments in downtown St. Paul issued notices of non-renewal to all tenants on the ninth and tenth floors of the apartment building in an effort to offer short-term rentals instead. Although it seemed to directly violate St. Paul’s short-term rental ordinance, property owner Jim Cockarell managed to get around the […]
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