Origami, a Minneapolis-based sushi restaurant, is moving from Ridgedale Center in Minnetonka to the Mozaic mixed-use project in the Uptown neighborhood of Minneapolis.
Origami was represented by Marc Nanne and Matt Shapiro of Hoyt Properties Inc. Their 3,600-square-foot space is being designed by Jim Smart and should be open by Dec. 1 in a space next to Bar Louie, according to a news release from Ackerberg Group, who is developing the Mozaic.
The downtown Minneapolis location of Origami is not affected by the relocation.
Ackerberg also announced this week that boutique real estate developer Real Estate Recycling signed a lease for 1,600 square feet on the 9th floor of Mosaic. Real Estate Recycling will be moving from its office in the IDS Center.
In June, ad agency Mono signed a deal for about 20,000 square feet in the office space of the Mozaic project.
Real Estate Recycling was represented by Nils Snyder. Its space is being designed by James Dayton. Jeff Herman, a broker at Minneapolis-based Urban Anthology, represented Mozaic in the lease deals.
Ackerberg is hosting a grand opening for the Mozaic Wednesday afternoon with a reception with live music and hors d’oeuvres. Minneapolis Mayor RT Rybak is expected to speak at the event.
The invitation-only reception will also celebrate the grand opening of Flux, a 216-unit apartment building developed by Greco, also in Uptown. (Source: Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal)