St. Louis Park church plans to sell property to PPL for 80 affordable units
via Sun Sailor
With support for affordable housing making up part of its mission, Union Congregational Church has decided to work with nonprofit developer Project for Pride in Living to provide 80 such units on property owned by the congregation.
The St. Louis Park church would maintain the building that contains its sanctuary on the southern part of the site but would sell a northern section that currently is home to the Kid Zone Early Learning Center and a parking lot to PPL. The nonprofit would build a four-story building that it would manage long-term. The new building at 6027 W. 37th St. would include a mix of unit sizes, from studios to three-bedroom units.
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