Historic Minneapolis Apartments to House Formerly Homeless Residents

A century after its construction, The Lonoke apartment building in Minneapolis is undergoing a renovation that development partners say is an important step toward ending homelessness in the city.

A century after its construction, The Lonoke apartment building in Minneapolis is undergoing a renovation that development partners say is an important step toward ending homelessness in the city. Minnesota-based developer Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative found strong neighborhood support for converting The Lonoke from market-rate apartments into 19 units of affordable housing for low-income households and formerly homeless individuals.

Read the full story in Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits August 2015.

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