Allodium is an employee-owned firm that was created to simplify and improve the financial lives of our clients. We aspire to be the best investment management consulting firm and we work in a professional environment that supports the delivery of high quality advice. Our financial advice is independent, comprehensive and disciplined. We believe the best advice is completely aligned with your objectives without any real or perceived conflicts of interest. As a fee-only firm, we provide objective investment advice that is not biased by the sale of commission-based investment products. Our client relationships are defined by a fiduciary standard of care which demands that we always act in the best interests of our clients.
American Academy of Neurology
American Academy of NeurologyContact:MichelleUher
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The American Academy of Neurology, founded in 1948, is the world’s largest association of neurologists and neuroscience professionals, with 32,000 members.
It is dedicated to promoting the highest quality patient-centered neurologic care and enhancing member career satisfaction.
The AAN’s vision is to be indispensable to its members by providing guidance and inspiration through education, information, policy development, and advocacy for our members and their patients, while maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards.
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The mission of Augustana Care is to serve God by fostering fullness of life for older adults and other people in need through the provision of health care, housing and other services in a Christian tradition.
Our facilities, programs and services supply residents with a full continuum of lifestyle choices in health care and housing. Our wide variety of locations include: Minneapolis, Hopkins, Hastings, Burnsville, Apple Valley, Dassel, Montevideo, and Fergus Falls.
Other programs and services include: Augustana Therapy Services, Open Circle Adult Day Center, Access Solutions, Table Talk Catering, and outstanding fitness centers and wellness programs.
The cozy and comfortable character of “Hotel Normandy” remains, while guests enjoy the most current features and amenities. The Normandy is a full service hotel with 199 newly redesigned guest rooms, studios and two-room suites. The hotel features a beautiful garden atrium with an in-door pool, whirlpool and sauna, a complete exercise studio and free internet. The Normandy Kitchen Cafe & Bar, established in 1941, is a popular Minneapolis eatery and bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. The Normandy Kitchen features a menu of inspired comfort foods and desserts, all prepared from scratch. Room service is available, and we serve a late night menu on weekends. Private dining and banquet services are available for both intimate gatherings and larger functions up to 160 people. Inquiries and reservations for the Normandy Kitchen can be made by visiting http://www.normandykitchen.com or by calling 612.370.1400
In October of 1996, Bobby and Steve Anderson opened the first Bobby and Steve’s Auto World in Bloomington, which replaced the old Shell station. Two years later in April, Bobby and Steve Williams (Bobby’s son) opened Bobby and Steve’s Auto World in Minneapolis which replaced the old Texaco station. It also being very successful led to further expansion. In July of 1999, Bobby and Jeff Bahe opened Jeff’s Bobby and Steve’s Auto World in Columbia Heights. “Jeff started working for me when he was 15 years old. I remember showing him for the first time how to serve a customer on the drive,” Bobby recalled. Bobby’s brother, Arlon sold his Bryn Mawr Mobil to Bobby & his team member TJ Jorgenson in September, 2003. In spring of 2005, Bobby’s team member, Jason Snyder became partner at Jason’s Bobby and Steve’s Auto World in Lino Lakes. The much anticipated Bobby and Steve’s Auto World Nicollet opened on June 16th, 2006.
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Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis strengthens families and works to end poverty and homelessness in the Twin Cities. With programs for children, families and adults most in need, Catholic Charities annually helps 37,000 people, regardless of faith. We couldn’t do it without our dedicated volunteers and donors.
Welcome to CenterPoint Energy. We’re a company with more than 5 million metered customers and a long history of service. CenterPoint Energy is composed of an electric transmission and distribution utility serving the Houston metropolitan area, local natural gas distribution businesses in six states, a competitive natural gas sales and service business serving customers in the eastern half of the U.S., interstate pipeline operations with two natural gas pipelines in the mid-continent region, and a field services business with natural gas gathering operations, also in the mid-continent region. We’re an established company with substantial assets that are managed by experienced people.
Community Housing Development Corporation (CHDC) has provided stability to Minnesota residents and communities for more than 20 years as a nonprofit developer and owner of 45 properties with more than 3,500 affordable units. CHDC’s properties provide housing for more than 5,000 residents.
CHDC was founded on the belief that long term, nonprofit ownership is the best way to sustain high quality affordable housing. Its mission is to develop quality housing for people earning low incomes.
Residents of CHDC homes are families, veterans, seniors, and other adults. More than a third are children.
CHDC owns and operates 519 units for adults transitioning from homelessness and 20 units for people with mental health issues.
CHDC properties are located not only in Minneapolis and St. Paul, but in suburbs including Brooklyn Center, Burnsville, Hopkins, and Mahtomedi; and in Greater Minnesota in communities such as Hutchinson, Little Falls, Park Rapids, and Buffalo.
All CHDC residents pay monthly rent, which is calculated based on resident incomes. Nearly all CHDC apartments are rented below market rate.
More than 75 percent of CHDC households earn less than 30% of the Area Median Income for their household size.
Housing is CHDC’s exclusive focus. The organization contracts with selected property management companies to manage its properties’ daily operations. CHDC also maintains agreements with social service providers including Catholic Charities, Simpson Housing, and Mental Health Resources to provide services to residents in some of its properties.
At the Cynthia Froid group, our philosophy is simple: be the master of your craft, work hard, and have fun!
While many real estate agents try to be everything to everyone, we take great pride in being highly specialized in the intricacies of the urban market. We have a keen focus on Minneapolis real estate, ranging from riverfront lofts and luxury condos to townhomes, brownstones, and single family homes in some of the most vibrant neighborhoods of Minneapolis. Our “sweet spot” however, is the premier downtown riverfront neighborhoods of the Historic Mill District and North Loop.
Our office is located in the heart of the Mill District, across from Mill City Museum. We are proud to be a resource to neighborhood residents, business owners and tourists alike.
For every great experience, a great beer. This is the philosophy of our brewery. We chose to be a brewpub so we could see and talk with our customers every day, and our small scale brewhouse means we can be creative with recipes and beer styles. You don’t have to be a craft beer expert to appreciate and enjoy our beers, but we’re not afraid to push the limits to make even the biggest beer snob blush!
Delta Dental of Minnesota
Delta Dental of MinnesotaContact:Joseph P.Lally, J.D
The Downtown Minneapolis Neighborhood Association (DMNA) exists to promote the common good and general welfare of the residents, businesses, and employees of Downtown Minneapolis. Activities include neighborhood meetings, support of neighborhood improvement projects, reviewing commercial and residential development proposals, and reviewing and commenting on neighborhood matters to be discussed at higher governmental levels. The DMNA serves as the official liaison between its constituents and Minneapolis’ City Council and Planning Department (CPED).
The other neighborhood in the East Downtown business district is the Elliot Park neighborhood. Elliot Park is bounded on the north by Fifth Street South, on the east by I-35W, on the south by I-94 and on the west by Fifth Avenue South.
Elliot Park Neighborhood represents the northern half of the East Town District and is one of Minneapolis’s oldest neighborhoods, with plots set for housing as early as 1856. It was close to industrial developments on the nearby banks of the Mississippi River making it a popular settlement for early Swedish immigrants. Dr. Joseph Elliot, a community physician, donated his farm land to the city in 1893 and his donation became the site of the current Elliot Park as well as a second community park, Franklin Steele Park.
The neighborhood achieved wealth near the end of the 19th century as Downtown Minneapolis began to experience rapid growth. During that time the neighborhood was home to the city’s only two parks, making it a fashionable area to live in. Today the community is very proud of five neighborhood properties that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and of the South Ninth Street Historic District, all of which beautifully highlight a flourishing time in the neighborhood’s history.
Times change, however, and 20th century suburban flight ensued marking decades of disinvestment in the neighborhood. Even the 1980 appearance of the Metrodome, home to three sports teams, could not turn the tide toward revitalization. Indeed, it more likely exacerbated the situation as underutilized/unused buildings were torn down to make room for much needed parking in order to better accommodate visiting sports fans.
In 1976 community volunteers, united around issues and concerns, organized as Elliot Park Neighborhood, Inc., and began working towards stabilizing the community and creating more housing opportunities. Those efforts were successful and area nonprofit affordable housing developers, most notably Aeon, are credited with strengthening and increasing affordable housing options in the neighborhood.
Today, Elliot Park Neighborhood is experiencing a resurgence that decades ago the community could only dream about and hope for. A mix of diverse housing developments is bringing in new residents of varied economic means – a trend that is already beginning to attract new small businesses back into the area. HCMC has completed construction of their massive new state-of-the-art Clinic and Specialty Center and Kraus Anderson Construction has completed their new headquarters on a full-block re-development site. Much more is in the works and on the horizon. Despite the bustle, though, this is a community that continues to reinvent itself yet always maintains the calming air of its original urban village roots.
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