To check whether your business is allowed at a certain site, look at our Zoning Maps. Once you have identified a property, remember to check with Minneapolis zoning staff before signing a lease to be certain your business type is allowed in that location.
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Use LoopNet's commercial real estate search tool to find commercial and industrial properties that are for sale and lease.
Neighborhood business associations are a great resource when trying to identify a potential location for your business. Connect with Minneapolis neighborhood business associations to learn more about various neighborhoods and potentially available properties.
Public safety is an important consideration for business owners and customers alike. As you choose your location, make sure you have a plan in mind for ensuring the safety of your business, employees, and customers. If you have questions about the best ways to approach safety for your business location, you can speak with a Minneapolis Crime Prevention Specialist. They will review your safety plan with you and answer any questions you may have.
Community Planning and Economic Development (CPED) oversees, coordinates and streamlines all City planning and development activity. If you are looking to relocate or expand your business to Minneapolis, CPED has a variety of tools and resources to assist you.