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MoZaic is an office building in Minneapolis adjacent to the bustling Midtown Greenway. To leverage access to the Greenway, MoZaic’s developer worked to include a pedestrian and bicyclist bridge and ramp from the project site to the path, giving walkers and cyclists direct access to the building. The Midtown Greenway allows commuters to reach MoZaic from the Uptown Transit Center by foot or bike, and the growing housing options in the area allow easy access to the building. There is a planned extension to be called MoZaic East that will open in 2017, expanding the development from 77,000 square feet to 200,000 square feet of office and retail space.
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