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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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Lupe likes Lyn-Lake area for workforce apartments

Ten years ago, developer Steve Minn spotted an aging, one-story retail building near a key intersection in the Lyn-Lake area of Minneapolis and knew what he wanted to do. Lupe likes Lyn-Lake area for workforce apartments

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Broadway Flats seeks $1.5M in TIF

The request is larger than Minneapolis typically approves for affordable housing projects, but the proposal envisions more than 100 units in a part of the city that was destroyed by the 2011 tornado. Broadway Flats seeks $1.5M in TIF  

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Top Projects of 2016 – Mill City Quarter

Plenty of creativity was required to transform a Minneapolis parking lot into a mixed-use development that embraces European ideas and blends into the historic Mill District. Located at the northeast corner of South Second Street and Third Avenue South, Mill … Continue reading

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Baraka Auto opens at Lake & Harriet housing development site

While a developer works to secure funding for a six-story apartment building over the coming year, Baraka Auto Center is operating at 510 W. Lake St. Baraka Auto opens at Lake & Harriet housing development site

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Top Projects of 2016: Broadway Flats

The tornado that hit North Minneapolis in May 2011 destroyed many buildings, including the third-generation, family-owned Broadway Liquor Outlet. The Rose family chose to rebuild it and also add desperately needed workforce housing to the neighborhood. The city of Minneapolis … Continue reading

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Snelling Yards proposal echoes Mill City Quarter

A joint venture between Lupe Development Partners, Ecumen and The Wall Cos. is in the process of securing the rights to redevelop Snelling Yards, a site near the Blue Line’s 46th Street Station in Minneapolis. Snelling Yards proposal echoes Mill … Continue reading

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