A pair of Minneapolis developers have updated their plans to remake the former CenturyLink campus in Bryn Mawr, far more than doubling the number of units devoted to seniors.
Steve Minn of Lupe Development and Ned Abdul of Swervo Development plan on building two six-story, 100-unit senior apartment buildings, including one that’s exclusively for people with incomes below a certain threshold. Together, the buildings will occupy the west side of the 8.3-acre site, which includes a vacant 100,000-square-foot office building flanked by surface parking lots. Abdul currently owns the entire site.
Read this Southwest Journal story to learn more.