MINNEAPOLIS—Office users throughout the US have been abandoning the suburbs for the CBDs in their respective cities, and that trend may also have arrived in Minneapolis. Aimia Inc., for example, has just decided to move its US headquarters from suburban Plymouth to downtown’s Butler Square. The global loyalty management company will occupy 50,000-square-feet on the entire seventh floor and a portion of the sixth floor in the historic 9-story building.

“If you look back on the history of Minneapolis, you’d see that these types of firms would typically move out of downtown,” Jon Dahl, a senior vice president with JLL in Minneapolis, tells GlobeSt.com. “There was very little in-migration.”

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