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Richfield City Council Approves Lyndale Gardens Redevelopment Plans

In a 5-0 vote, the City Council approved the final site plan for the new Lyndale Gardens town center in Richfield.  The final design includes a one acre public park with amenities including a splash pad, a center stage for live performances, a community oven, walking/bicycling trails, edible organic gardens, and an open-air farmers market [...]


Finance & Commerce: $3 million sale of former Lyndale Garden Center closes

From: Finance & Commerce By: Anne Bretts The Richfield-based Cornerstone Group closed Nov. 21 on the $3 million site acquisition of the former Lyndale Garden Center at 6400 Lyndale Ave. S. in Richfield. Developer Colleen Carey of Cornerstone has unveiled the details of her plan to work with local artists and the community to design [...]


Proposed site plan for phases I, II, and III of the Lyndale Garden Center project.

The Cornerstone Group Completes Acquisition of Lyndale Garden Center

The Cornerstone Group is now one step closer to creating its vision of a great town center for Richfield at the former Lyndale Garden Center site.  With assistance from the City of Richfield, Hennepin County, the Metropolitan Council, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, and the Family Housing Fund, TCG has purchased the site at 6400 Lyndale [...]


Finance & Commerce: Developer Set to Buy Lyndale Garden Center

From: Finance & Commerce By: Burl Gilyard Developer Colleen Carey of the Richfield-based Cornerstone Group is preparing to buy the former Lyndale Garden Center for a mixed-use redevelopment. The site at 6400 Lyndale Ave. S. in Richfield has been vacant for five years. “We are closing on Monday,” Carey said. “We’re really excited about the [...]


Lyndale Garden Center project featured on University of St. Thomas site

This post, A Fresh Vision for Richfield: Redeveloping the Lyndale Garden Center Site, was featured on the University of St. Thomas Real Estate Matters Blog. When it comes to development, Colleen Carey, President of The Cornerstone Group, doesn’t believe in just razing one property to replace it with a run-of-the-mill mixed use concept.  Rather, her [...]