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Contact information, map and directions, contact form, opening hours, services, ratings, photos, videos and announcements from Kraus-Anderson, Property management company, 501 South 8th Street, Minneapolis, MN.

Grounded in Midwestern ingenuity, Kraus-Anderson is a hardworking, integrated team of construction management and real estate development professionals dedicated to strengthening the communities we serve.

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 03/18/2024

Our team is growing! Help us welcome three new business risk consultants to our team! -Anderson Insurance

Wayzata Panoway - Construction Timelapse - March 2024 03/15/2024

Construction update at the Panoway Project!
City of Wayzata (Local Government)

Wayzata Panoway - Construction Timelapse - March 2024

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 03/14/2024

In 1949, Kraus-Anderson purchased the Romer Construction Company. From the year 1870 until that time, the Romers (father and son, both named Frederick) built some of St. Paul’s most beloved landmarks. Since it is no longer here to tell its story, here’s to you, Romer Construction Company:
Frederick J Romer was born in Hanover Germany in 1840. After finishing school, he traveled around various European cities learning the building trade, and in 1870 he immigrated to St. Paul. Romer built a reputation with stately residences and some notable church projects, but his career really took off after he began a working relationship with fellow German immigrant Theordore Hamm. Romer was Hamm’s go-to builder as he expanded his east St. Paul brewery into one of the nation’s largest, and constructed a nearby mansion. One of Romer's most notable projects was his last: The St. Paul Auditorium building of 1906-1907. Poignantly, Frederick J Romer died while the Auditorium was under construction, leaving his son to complete a project that was an important part of St. Paul’s civic pride. The relationship between the Hamm and Romer families continued after the deaths of both patriarchs: In 1920 Frederick J Romer’s son (Frederick H), was entrusted to construct the Hamm Building, a downtown St. Paul landmark, now on the National Register of Historic Places. Frederick H Romer was seventy years old in 1948 when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver near his home in the Macalester-Groveland neighborhood. He died of his injuries several days later. Evidently failing to anticipate becoming St. Paul’s first auto-related death of 1948, Frederick H Romer died intestate. With no children to take over his business or inherit his fortune, the building yard and shop of the Romer Construction Company was simply boarded up. In 1949 Kraus-Anderson purchased the assets of the venerable old construction company and called the new venture Kraus-Anderson of St. Paul, which carried on the tradition of Romer Construction Company well into the 21st century by completing many notable projects within the city of St. Paul. Images courtesy of the Minnesota Historical Society.

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 03/14/2024

Help us celebrate some recent promotions on our team!
As we continue to grow nationally we recognized some of our roles will require some change or adaptability. Congratualtions to John Huenink, national director of the K-12 Education Group, and Mark Kotten, national director of the Public Sector Group!

Construction worker has heart attack on perfect jobsite 03/13/2024

The right place at the right time!
KA Laborer had a life changing experience while on the jobsite. And thanks to the amazing staff at Regions Hospital, and a very special shout out to Nurse Jodi, he is back to work and in good health!

Construction worker has heart attack on perfect jobsite Don Peabody had a heart attack while working on a project in Regions Hospital.

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 03/09/2024

Rock Ridge High School Wins MCA Award of Excellence!

Check our blog to learn more and get take a peek inside the new school! Rock Ridge Public Schools


Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 03/08/2024

March Friday History: Mattocks School!

Moving an old schoolhouse from one place to another in St. Paul’s Highland Park neighborhood didn’t change the world, but it was historical. Read on to learn more about Mattocks School's story!

St Paul Area Chamber Visit Saint Paul City of Saint Paul - Government

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 03/07/2024

If you remember shopping at a Mervyn’s California in the Twin Cities, Kraus-Anderson probably built it. Mervyn’s began as a single store in Lorenzo California in 1949. When Mervin G Morris opened his first location, he was advised that “Mervyn’s” with a “y” was more visibly appealing than his actual name, and he humbly acquiesced to the change. Mervyn’s found early success by targeting more price-conscious middle-class consumers. If this business model sounds familiar to Minnesota shoppers, it is probably because Target began with a similar game plan. In fact, when Target was expanding into a national chain, one of its early acquisitions was Mervyn’s. Adding the word “California” in hot pink graffiti-like script was meant to differentiate the brand for a national roll out, but this hang-loose vibe took on a nostalgic feel, probably earlier than anticipated. The Target Corporation sold Mervyn’s in 2004, and by 2009 all the stores were shuttered. The family of Mervin G Morris (he passed in 2021 at the tender age of 101) has recently reacquired the brand name (now Mervyns, no California, no apostrophe) and is offering a no-frills online shopping experience at .


Enerpac Tool Group is making moves to downtown Milwaukee!
Construction will begin on the renovation of their new office early March with an expected completion late 2025/early 2025!


A snapshot of our team of tradeswomen at celebrating ! This site had over 50 working on the project!


Thumbs up for Lake Superior College renovation and addition project!
Lake Superior College


Autodesk’s 40 Under 40 initiative celebrates some of the brightest pros in our industry. Help us congratulate KA's Krystal Burton, who was recognized among this group!

Autodesk sits down with Krystal to talk about her career, technology, and what she thinks the future will look like for the construction industry!

Autodesk Construction Cloud


The Village of Lake Delton Police Department enjoys their newly renovated space!

The was designed to utilize the building more efficiently, to provide a positive experience for all users, and to create spaces that allow for flexibility of growth and change for years to come!


Had a great time hosting the Bismarck State College Engineering Tech students for a tour and discussion about coordination from both the design and construction perspectives!

ICON Architectural Group CW Structural Engineers

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 02/28/2024

Project Superintendent Terry Coleman leading a tour at Minneapolis North High School with EDEN Resources and The Man Up Club for their YouthBuild programming! North High School

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 02/26/2024

Ricka Boughton wins the January KA Core Values Award!
Ricka, we LOVE your presence on our team as we serve our clients at ! Thank you for dedication to the success of this project. MSP Airport


Join us this weekend for Downtown Rochester, Minnesota's annual Social-Ice Fam Jam Event!
We will be serving S'mores at our KA fire pit! See you there!

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 02/22/2024

The great historian of the University of Minnesota (and of Minnesota in general) William Watts Folwell pointed out that “Railroads cross the campus at a most unfortunate angle.” Although perhaps unfortunate, it is the angle that defines the streetscape of Dinkytown. With a railroad viaduct cutting a curved gash through the area behind the University Mall, bridges have to hold the grid of streets together with both hands. Although the built environment of Dinkytown is quickly changing, historically it is defined by quaint buildings with ambitious basements - a fair description of this building on the south corner of 14th Avenue SE and 4th Street. The steep slope southward toward the railway tracks must have deterred anybody from building on this site until 1925, when a contractor by the name of Schumacher pulled a permit for a “brick store and basement barbershop.” The store was Maurice L. Rothschild & Co, and it was sort of a campus annex for the fine clothing chain based out of Chicago. Three years later a more well-known contractor by the name Leighton expanded the store, but by 1935 Rothschild & Co pulled out, leaving the building to suffer a variety of uses and vacancies until 1950 when Bridgeman’s took over the space. Making good on its reputation as a stalwart of Americana, Bridgeman’s occupied this corner for nearly half of a century, finally closing in the 1990s. The building now houses a variety of food establishments, with Potbelly Sandwich Shop holding down the corner of 4th and 14th.

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 02/22/2024

Doug Jaeger looks back on his decades long career at KA!
Doug, we send you off into retirement with all our best wishes!

New housing now available at Old Central High School 02/21/2024

An inside look into the new Zenith Apartments in !
Check out the video walk through of newly renovated building!


New housing now available at Old Central High School The historic Old Central High School building has been converted from classrooms to 122 mixed-income housing units.


Kraus-Anderson began demolition work earlier this year on its own Southtown Shopping Center. Although this does represent a turning point for this crucial corner of the Twin Cities, most of the shops at Southtown are unaffected by the work and will remain open. Plans for what will replace the two razed big-box spaces are still unknown (even to this corporate archivist), but the city of Bloomington has been nudging for more varied land uses that blend Southtown into the community. If this theme carries the day, it will be, perhaps to a surprising extent, a return to the early days of Southtown. Built in 1960, before many (or any) of the community centers, libraries, and other public spaces that now dot Bloomington existed, Southtown was a center of community life in its early days. Kraus-Anderson’s archives are full of community events that took place in the shopping center’s first few decades. This video shows a 1967 parade.

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 02/13/2024

Congratulations to KA's Maria Gutierrez and Andrea Blair who were selected as finalists by Finance & Commerce as Top Women in Construction! Shout out to all the women who are being recognized!

Laurisa Titterud wins December 2023 Core Values Award 02/12/2024

Congratulations Laurisa on your
As an integral part of our communications team we are proud to have her on our team!

Laurisa Titterud wins December 2023 Core Values Award Laurisa Titterud, Senior Marketing Communications Coordinator out of the Twin Cities Office, wins the December 2023 Core Values Award.

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 02/09/2024

February Friday History: Minneapolis- St. Paul Airport origin story!
Read on to learn about the history of 's origin story!

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 02/08/2024

On July 1st, 1908, the front page of the Minneapolis Tribune was devoted to covering a tragedy that was still unfolding in downtown Minneapolis. J.L. Robinson, the founder of Kraus-Anderson, was converting a livery stable into the Miles Theater when part of the building collapsed, resulting in two deaths and numerous injuries. Workers lost control of a heavy stone coping they were attempting to remove from the building. Although no accusations of negligence were directed at J.L. Robinson, or his brother, a foreman who was injured in the accident, you can bet that lessons were learned, and these lessons were foremost on the Robinsons’ mind when, eighteen months later, they were hoisting a much larger piece of building material into place a mere block away. The new Garrick Theater required an oddly-shaped steel girder to be placed as one piece. This feat (not a modest one considering the cranes that were available in 1910) wasn’t front page news, but did get covered on page 9. The Miles Theater, that Robinson eventually completed, contributed to the Minneapolis theater district for a number of years, but the Garrick Theater, now known as the Shubert, was preserved for posterity when it was picked up (steel girders and all) and moved down the street to its current Hennepin Avenue address. If history can contribute anything to safety it is to help us learn from our mistakes. At Kraus-Andeson we like to keep our major mistakes in the distant past, but endeavor to learn from them nonetheless.

What's going on at Southtown in Bloomington? Demolition has started for possible redevelopment. 02/08/2024

We're making way for the next chapter of Southtown! Then and now!

What's going on at Southtown in Bloomington? Demolition has started for possible redevelopment. Shopping center owner Kraus-Anderson may seek city subsidies to revamp Southtown, but there are no plans in place yet.

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 02/08/2024

Congratulations to Ridge High School, winner of the 2024 Choice Award by the Minnesota Construction Association (MCA)!

We had a great time celebrating this achievement! DSGW Architecture Rock Ridge Public Schools


Our construction family just got a little bigger! Help us welcome Sonoran Crest Construction, Division of Kraus-Anderson to the team!

This is our 1st acquisition in our 126-year history, and we are excited to expand our footprint into the southwest market.

Photos from Kraus-Anderson's post 02/06/2024

Finance & Commerce named Kraus-Anderson’s Payton Hosch a 2023 Rising Young Professional of the Year!

Congratualtions Payton!

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501 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, MN

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Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

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