— Charles Landry, a well-known British consultant, on how Minneapolis should approach building a new stadium. Landry has spent a week touring the Twin Cities and will offer his final recommendations to regional leaders on Friday. He spoke with The Daily Circuit on Friday about the ways cities unleash creativity to make themselves economic and cultural magnets.
"What Minneapolis must not do is build the past - if it builds the past, it will create a dead zone around it. And anyway, it makes money if you think about it properly."