Category Archives: Lupe Development

Summit Academy Charitable Golf Tournament.

Lupe project team supports Summit Academy.  L to R… Lupe VP Aaron Diederich, Frana Project Manager Darren Scott, Pope Architects President Ward Isaacson, and Frana President Mike Benedict, share a moment at the Oak Ridge Golf Course, where Lupe was … Continue reading

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East Side Apartments Grand Opening

Lupe Development and City of Saint Paul officials marked the official opening of East Side Apartments. The new apartment’s 114 affordable housing units in Saint Paul’s Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood began welcoming tenants in fall 2017, and are now fully leased. … Continue reading

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Artspace withdraws its Grain Belt proposal

Northeaster Newspaper  by Mark Peterson People who missed a recent presentation at East Side Neighborhood Services of proposals for the last developments in the Grain Belt Brewery campus got another chance on Thursday, March 8. Third Ward City Council member … Continue reading

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Minneapolis apartment proposals hit market niches

Finance & Commerce  By: Matt M. Johnson March 19, 2018 Untapped or underserved apartment niches in Minneapolis neighborhoods have developers proposing three projects they hope to build during the next two years. The largest of the projects is a two-phase apartment complex proposed … Continue reading

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Bryn Mawr CenturyLink site may hold office space, senior, affordable housing

Southwest Journal by Michelle Bruch Two developers are teaming up to redevelop the former CenturyLink office site at 2800 N. Wayzata Blvd. They envision new office tenants in the existing CenturyLink building, perhaps flanked by 100 units of market-rate senior … Continue reading

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Snelling Yards housing concept gets bigger

Lupe Development, The Wall Cos. and Ecumen are boosting the size of the two-building apartment complex, at 3601 44th St. E. in Minneapolis, by 48 units to 251. The developers are planning a $58 million project consisting of a 121-unit … Continue reading

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Experts Forum: What’s next in affordable housing?

The rental market in the Twin Cities has been at historically tight levels lately. What that means for lower income families is that the market is almost impossibly tight. What can be done to make more and better housing available … Continue reading

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Opinion: How the core cities can address the affordable-housing problem

Pioneer Press column by Steve Minn Pioneer Press reporter Frederick Melo recently explored the robust housing development in St. Paul, questioning if too much luxury housing would raise rents for the working poor (“How will luxury housing boom affect metro … Continue reading

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Affordable apartments proposed for Lyn-Lake area of Minneapolis

A proposed high-density project would include 222 units in the heart of the bustling neighborhood. By Nicole Norfleet March 5, 2018 — 7:04pm Lake Street Apartments on Lake Street and Harriet Avenue are proposed to have two phases which would … Continue reading

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East Side Apartments to bring more affordable housing to Dayton’s Bluff

The Dayton’s Bluff neighborhood in St. Paul is getting another batch of income-restricted rental housing. Construction is wrapping up on the East Side Apartments, a three-story, 114-unit rental building at 1256 Wilson Av. on the east side of St. Paul. … Continue reading

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