Upper Harbor Terminal

The Upper Harbor Terminal is a 48+ acre site along the Mississippi River. In the coming months, the City, Park Board and Development team are working to create a master plan for redeveloping the Upper Harbor Terminal Site into a place that has a new public park and private development, using a variety of input. The site is now industrial, but the City and Park Board, along with a development team that includes First Avenue Productions, THOR Construction and United Properties, is creating a redevelopment plan that includes a new park and private redevelopment.
At JXTA, youth apprentices have been studying this site for almost two years. The Upper Harbor Terminal is important because of its unique location and the opportunities that can grow from it. Currently, North Minneapolis has no major river hotspots where locals can go for events, fun, and connection to the river. This space can foster this and create a hub of economic and cultural growth.
We feel it is important for Northsiders to be a part of the process: to say what we think is important and what we want to see in this new development. We invite you to talk with us at JXTA about your thoughts and vision.
Join us at these upcoming events:  We need your voice to help shape the plan.
Come to a tour and community workshop to about the Upper Harbor Terminal. Come to whichever date/location that works for you, and bring friends and family. Join us for a bus tour of the Upper Harbor Terminal site, or come just for the community workshop with conversation, activities and dinner.

Learn about the process, background, and what people have said so far, and talk with neighbors about what you want to see. Representatives from the City/Park Board and Development Team will also be on hand to answer your questions.

Upcoming Tours and Events:
Sat, Oct 7 – Join us from 12:30-3 at Masjid An-Nur’s Day of Dignity
Other Events:
NOTE This meeting is POSTPONED because of a power outage at the meeting location – Thur, Sep 28, 6:30pm—8:30pm at Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board Headquarters
Past Community Tours:
Mon, Aug 14, 4-7 pm at Farview Park
Mon, Aug 21, 4-7 pm at Folwell Park
Thur, Aug 10, 5:30pm-8:30pm: Slow Roll Bike Tour Starting at Juxtaposition Arts
Sat, Aug 19, noon-5 pm: Appetite For Change Summer Block Party at 1200 West Broadway
Sat, Sept 9, noon-5 pm: West Broadway Open Streets, at West Broadway and Emerson