Minneapolis Real Estate Entrepreneur Clark Gassen Featured in New York Times

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A young Minneapolis entrepreneur is changing the face of Minneapolis with his new Financial Freedom Realty company.

Young real estate entrepreneur Clark Gassen (http://www.clarkgassen.com) is gaining national attention for changing the landscape of urban living in Minneapolis.

The New York Times featured Gassen in their Sunday edition on February 5, 2006, with an article titled: "Creating Condos and Controversy in Minneapolis." (http://www.ff-realty.com/ffrnews?action=details&id=34)

Gassen began as a condo converter in the popular Uptown Minneapolis Lakes neighborhood and now has one of the fastest-growing real estate companies in Minnesota. In addition to being the biggest condo converter in Minnesota, he is the developer of several new cutting-edge condominium building projects in the city of Minneapolis.

Gassen is on track to build an alternative to what he calls the traditional corporate real estate company. His "youthful, edgy" Financial Freedom Realty (http://www.ff-realty.com) is a full-service real estate company he bills as "The Next Generation of Realtors" with a creative and innovative approach that is casual and at the same time, professional.

In little over two years, Gassen has grown FFR from two people to 70 and his goal is to add hundreds of realtors to the FFR team in the next two years. He is committed to creating the "extraordinary" with his new developments including the Edgewater Condominium Suites on Lake Calhoun (http://www.gatewaytouptown.com), the Lumen on Lagoon (http://www.lumenonlagoon.com) and the Mosaic in Uptown (http://www.uptownmosaic.com). FFR was also selected to market the condos at The Nicollet, (http://www.thenicollet.com) a 56-story, 360-unit condo project in downtown Minneapolis.

As stated in the New York Times article, Gassen wants to make the Minneapolis Uptown neighborhood a "little Manhattan."

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