Hawthorne EcoVillage Apartments took a village to build it
via Finance and Commerce
It took 10 years and complex financing, but a 75-unit affordable and sustainable housing development is finally open on a busy corner of north Minneapolis.
The $18 million Hawthorne EcoVillage Apartments, at 617 Lowry Ave. N., was developed by Minneapolis-based Project for Pride in Living. On Wednesday, the developer and other supporters celebrated at a grand opening event for the complex, on the southeast corner of Lowry Avenue North and Lyndale Avenue North.
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