Once homeless, young adults settle in at new apartment complex in Edina
via Star Tribune
“A new supportive housing complex is the first of its kind in the west metro.”
“Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative, the developer, held a grand opening last week for the $11.4 million complex. It’s the third project of its kind that Beacon has developed and is its first in the suburbs. The nonprofit group opened a similar complex with 44 units in St. Paul last fall.
The young tenants, most of them between ages 18 and 21, have personal yet all-too-similar stories.
They come from dysfunctional families and have slept in shelters and foster homes and on couches; sometimes they had no place to spend the night at all. There are anywhere from 250 to 300 young people like them in the Twin Cities’ west-metro suburbs, according to Beacon.” Read More