Plans for a new, workbench-style condo development at Twin Cities airport have been released.
The plans, which are based on the current state of the market, show a $2.4 million condo and workbench project at the airport.
It would include a large open floor plan, which is in the area of the existing tower and is slated to rise, as well as a new tower with a smaller footprint, the plan shows.
Plans show the project would include 4 floors of ground-floor retail space.
The project would also include an underground parking garage.
The workbench will be the largest and most visible element of the project, with an exterior of 1,400 square feet.
There is no elevator in the plan.
It’s unclear if the project will include a hotel or condo suites, but the city has said it wants to “implement a hotel.”
The Twin Cities plans also indicate that a second tower, planned for a later date, would be a workbench for a future tower.
The Twin States plans include a number of new housing developments, with two planned on the southwest side of the airport, and the plans indicate that there will be a second project with a larger building in the city.
It is unclear how the other tower is different from the workbench, but it’s also unclear what will be built on the other site.
The other project is in its early stages, with the airport planning to hold a public meeting to discuss it and to discuss possible developments that might take place in the future.
The current Twin Cities development, at the intersection of the new Airport Parkway and the airport’s current parking garage, is about 40 percent complete.
The airport has not yet released a site plan, and no plans have been made for a construction project at either site.
Twin Cities officials have said that the current development is part of a $1.4 billion plan to renovate the airport and expand the existing terminal, which was closed last year and will reopen in early 2019.