There's talk in Minneapolis that the large downtown post office, built in 1934, will be the next historic postal facility to be sold. Minneapolis City Council member Jacob Frey is envisioning a food marketplace with restaurants and markets. “One major piece we lack downtown is a multicultural, multifaceted market,” he said. “Here in Minneapolis, we have so many unbelievable cultures cooking unbelievable food. A permanent taste of Minneapolis, in the post office, could really bring people together.” The Postal Service has not announced any plans to sell the building. Read more.