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Average parking rate in downtown Minneapolis jumps 8 percent

A new parking survey from Colliers International shows the average rate in downtown Minneapolis is $13 per day, the Business Journal reports. That's up about 8 percent from last year, but the rate is still more than four dollars below the national average of $17.19.
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A new parking survey from Colliers International shows the average rate in downtown Minneapolis is $13 per day, the Business Journal reports. That's up about 8 percent from last year, but the rate is still more than four dollars below the national average of $17.19.

In July, some city officials questioned whether downtown Minneapolis has too many unsightly – and frequently unused – parking lots.

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