Homeless shelter projects take persistence
via Finance & Commerce
“Even as developers and builders complete new shelters for the homeless, they say they can’t keep up with the demand.
A private contractor and two affordable housing developers described their recent projects and the Twin Cities area’s challenges at the “Impact of Real Estate Decisions on Homelessness” forum sponsored by the Minnesota Commercial Real Estate Women.
‘I think you first and foremost have to go into it saying, we want to make a difference,’ he said. ‘Whatever time it takes, it takes.’ – Spencer Finseth, Greiner Construction
In Minneapolis, Project Pride for Living and YouthLink are building the $17 million Downtown View at 41 N. 12th St., which will provide 46 transitional housing units for homeless adults ages 18 to 24.” Read More