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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…

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Edina Apartments for Homeless Youth: Grand Opening

via Edina Patch “Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative will host a grand opening celebration for 66 West Apartments at 5 p.m. Thursday, August 3. Located at 3330 W. 66th Street in Edina, the 39-unit building provides homes and supportive services to young adults age 16-24.” “‘We believed that 66 West would transform lives through supportive housing,…

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One mom made Cornerstone Creek development for disabled adults a reality

via Star Tribune “The inspiration for Linda Bialick’s first — and last — development project was born decades before the first bulldozer arrived on the job site. Thirty years ago, after her daughter was born with Down syndrome, the stay-at-home mom began to realize that children with developmental disabilities didn’t have the same educational, social…

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New Cornerstone Creek apartments may be first of their kind

via Finance & Commerce “Earlier this year, Jewish Housing and Programming members and a nonprofit co-developer opened an apartment complex that they believe is the first independent housing of its kind for adults with developmental disabilities. The 45-unit Cornerstone Creek complex…in Golden Valley, was designed with a focus on “creating community,” said lead architect David…

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Hennepin County awards nearly $5M in housing grants

via Finance & Commerce “Hennepin County has chosen 16 projects within its borders for grants fostering transit-oriented development and affordable housing. On May 2, the county’s Housing and Redevelopment Authority awarded $2.75 million to projects that promise to create affordable housing, and gave $2.2 million to developments springing up along transit lines.” Among the projects receiving…

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J-HAP Changes Housing for Developmentally Disabled Adults

via TCJewfolk.com “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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YouthLink, PPL break ground on $17M project

via Finance & Commerce “A $17 million housing project for homeless youths is officially under construction in downtown Minneapolis. Minneapolis-based YouthLink and Project for Pride in Living broke ground Tuesday on the five-story, 46-unit building at 41 N. 12th St. Known as “Downtown View,” the building will connect to YouthLink’s existing headquarters. The project, designed by…

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YouthLink will add five floors downtown for housing

via Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal “YouthLink, the youth-services nonprofit, will begin work this month on a five-story expansion of its facility at the edge of downtown Minneapolis that will create dozens of residential units for homeless young people.” “The expansion, called Downtown View, will add 46 units for people ages 18 to 24, as…

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$17 million housing complex for homeless young adults to be built downtown Minneapolis

via Star Tribune “Construction starts next week in downtown Minneapolis on a $17 million, five-story housing complex for people in their late teens and early 20s who are homeless. Downtown View will be located at 41 N. 12th St. and include 46 residential units and support services for people ages 18 to 24, according to this week’s…

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