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- Rowhomes (Model units will open in the Summer of 2021 with initial sales expected in early 2022) Click here for more information.
- Affordable housing (first buildings targeted for groundbreaking Fall 2021)
- Apartment communities (first building opens in Spring of 2022)
- Custom Home Lots (Sales launch February 2021) Click here for more information.
- Senior living (Construction to start early Summer 2021; first building expected to open in Spring of 2022)
- Condos (Marketing will begin in 2021, building expected to open in late 2022 or Spring of 2023)
While we will do our best to minimize disruption when possible, road and utility improvements will cause periodic updates in and around the site. We will communicate closures to the Highland District Council and will provide information through the Highland Villager. Also, please join our email list to be notified of construction updates and lane closures around the site when they occur.
Site work and infrastructure construction began in Spring 2020 and the first phase will extend into 2021. Initial roads and utilities will open in late Fall of 2021 with additional roads, walks, and bike lanes being built every year until 2025 when all infrastructure will be completed. Individual buildings will start to take shape in 2021 and will continue for over 15 years. City Parks and open spaces will be completed in Spring/Summer of 2022.
The Highland Bridge project teams are hopeful that the project’s retail will include restaurants, fitness, lifestyle and destination entertainment in addition to our first confirmed retail tenant, Lunds & Byerlys. Retail partners will be announced on highlandbridge.com. Check our News page to read the latest. If you are a retailer and would like more information about Highland Bridge, check out the Office & Retail page.
Highland Bridge will introduce four new City Parks as part of over 55 acres of greenspace, right of way, and open space. The Civic Square and Civic Plaza are suited to host a variety of activities and events, and will anchor a vibrant mixed-use corridor. The central water feature will be the project’s marque public space, surrounded by native plantings, bike and pedestrian paths, and perfect for a selfie or your favorite outdoor activity.
Parks will open in 2022 with a series of activities and amenities.
Ford Motor Company worked with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to complete remediation activities on the Highland Bridge land parcel, cleaning it to a residential standard prior to selling the plant parcel in 2019. Ford continues to work with the MPCA on ongoing environmental matters. More information on remediation activities can be found on this link on the MPCA website. https://www.pca.state.mn.us/waste/saint-paul-ford-site
For construction emergencies call Jim Hernandez, Senior Superintendent, 612-492-4000