The last time the city of Minneapolis tried to rid itself of the handsome Grain Belt office building--the last unsold building in a complex purchased decades ago--nobody was willing to pay for it. So the city has spent almost $300,000 in public money to make the building more attractive to a buyer. That's atop more than $1 million in holding costs for it over 22 years. A recent request for proposals brought four offers for the building from developers, but the city won't decide for months whether any meets its criteria. For the Star Tribune.

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