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J-HAP Changes Housing for Developmentally Disabled Adults

via “What’s inside the four-month-old building…is a community and agency that is unique to the Twin Cities – and possibly the country.” Cornerstone Creek is an affordable housing building that’s the home to Jewish Housing and Programming (J-HAP), the 10-year-old agency that is part of the team that opened the 45-unit apartment building in January…

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Artspace Hastings River Lofts “Hard Hat Tour” Featured in Video

via Hastings Community TV Artspace, along with Loeffler Construction and Consulting, gave a “hard hat tour” of Artspace Hastings River Lofts to show the construction progress, spectacular views, and a sense of what it will be like for future residents. Hastings Community TV documented the tour and included floor plans, unit renderings, and other useful information in…

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New apartments come in very small packages

Via Park Bugle “Micro dwellings have been defined as fully equipped self-contained housing units that are somewhere around 350 square feet in floor area. The idea got its start in high-demand urban areas in both the United States and abroad, where housing pressures and skyrocketing rents have a long and grim history. Now the trend…

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Aeon aims to triple output of affordable rentals

via Finance & Commerce “Aeon is thinking big when it comes to building affordable housing in the Twin Cities. The Minneapolis-based nonprofit developer said Tuesday it wants to triple its annual output of new affordable housing units to help meet the area’s growing need for modestly priced places to live. ‘Aeon has to find creative…

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Artspace on track for July opening

via Hastings Star Gazette “The third and final floor is staring to take shape at the top of the new Artspace Hastings Lofts building on the east end of downtown. Thanks to a milder winter and pre-project assessments, construction work is progressing right on time.” “The project features 37 live/work affordable apartments designed with artists…

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UrbanWorks’ Designing with Color Featured in Nichiha Video Blog

via Nichiha Fiber Cement “Colorful projects across a downtown landscape… discover how UrbanWorks Architecture has colored the Minneapolis skyline! Watch Nichiha‘s recent vlog to learn more about how UrbanWorks’ architects design with color and explore several standout projects.” UrbanWorks is thrilled to have had the opportunity to participate in Nichiha‘s video interview (vlog) that featured…

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Three UrbanWorks Projects in Dougherty Mortgage’s “Market Viewpoint”

via Dougherty Mortgage “Market Viewpoint” Twin Cities Multifamily Market 2016-17″ Three UrbanWorks projects are noted on page three of Dougherty Mortgage’s “Market Viewpoint: Twin Cities Multifamily Market 2016-17” – The Cameron is noted as a new development in the North Loop, and Cornerstone Creek and 66 West are listed as “two notable affordable developments” in…

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5 reasons apartments are booming in downtown Des Moines

via The Des Moines Register “More than 2,300 apartments scheduled to open in downtown Des Moines before the end of summer 2017” – including Confluence on 3rd. “Several factors are driving the boom.” View Video Here

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Studio apartments have gone upscale and are proliferating in Twin Cities

Via Star Tribune Developers are building hundreds of “micro” apartments in the most coveted neighborhoods in the Twin Cities. Just a few minutes from the Raymond Avenue stop along the Green line, about 70 of 79 units in the new Ray Apartments will be studios. Read More

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High-tech goggles help renters see their future homes

via KCCI Des Moines Des Moines, Iowa – A downtown Des Moines apartment developer is using virtual reality to help future residents see where they will live. The new Confluence on 3rd building is still under construction, but one look from inside the developer’s virtual reality goggles shows users the finished product.  Read More

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