Minnesota Housing

A new place to call home

As reported by Matthew Liedke in the Bemidji Pioneer on Oct. 27, 2017. The atmosphere in downtown Bemidji was charged and optimistic Friday morning, as government officials, organization personnel and business leaders celebrated the opening of Park Place Apartments. The complex, managed by the Duluth-based Center City Housing Corp., includes 60 units, with 40 dedicated… More

New Minneapolis Housing Community Provides Hope for Veterans Struggling with Homelessness

An important milestone was reached today in helping end homelessness among military veterans in Minnesota with the opening of Veterans East, a new 100-unit apartment community adjacent to the Veterans Hospital near Fort Snelling. During a ribbon-cutting ceremony, newly moved-in veterans, many of whom have struggled with homelessness, thanked community leaders and development partners for… More

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill named a “Top Project of 2016”

Beacon Hill grew from a partnership between Itasca County Health and Human Services, Itasca County Housing and Redevelopment Authority, GRACE House shelter, Northland Counseling Center Inc., the Minnesota Department of Corrections, Itasca County Probation and KOOTASCA Community Action. With 20 apartments and 28 townhouses, Beacon Hill serves a diverse mix of more than 120 tenants… More

Gateway Tower exterior

Gateway renovations get high marks

The early reviews are rolling in on the what’s-old-is-new-again Gateway Tower apartments on West Superior Street in downtown Duluth, and tenants say the renovations are a hit. “It couldn’t look better,” said 62-year-old Jan Nash, an 11-year resident of the 14-story tower. “New cabinets, new toilet and shower, new floors.” “Huge bathroom,” said Pam Blommer… More

Rick Klun, Center City Housing Corp.

10 years in, Duluth’s San Marco Apartments considered a model

If not for the San Marco Apartments, Lisa Ronnquist, 60, said she’d probably have died homeless on the streets of Duluth by now. “This place saved my life,” she said. Ronnquist was a chronic alcoholic when she came to the newly constructed San Marco 10 years ago as one of its first residents. “Before we… More

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