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Harmony ribbon cutting

UHG invests in new rental homes in Madison

Developer Royal Capital Group has opened Harmony @Grandview Commons, a 94-unit affordable housing property in Madison, Wis. Funded through a public-private partnership that includes $11 million from the Wisconsin Housing & Economic Development Authority and $5.4 million from UnitedHealthcare placed by Minnesota Equity Fund, the new development is dedicated to working families in the Madison… Read more

The Flats at Grandview Commons

Construction Begins for The Flats at Grandview Commons

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Madison, Wis. (November 3, 2017) – Community leaders, local residents and development partners came together today to celebrate the start of construction for The Flats at Grandview Commons, a new 94-unit affordable housing community designed for working families in the region. Developed by Royal Capital Group, the new community is being built… Read 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… Read more

Oak Park targeted for affordable housing project

On Tuesday, officials with UnitedHealthcare will announce their investment to build Jefferson Oaks, a 60-unit mixed-income project in Oak Park at the site of a vacant school near Nine Mile and Rosewood Street. The project developer, Community Housing Network, will transform the former school into 20 apartments and build eight townhome buildings on the school… Read more

Impactful Mission

As reported in the Spring 2017 issue of Affordable Housing News. For the first time, real estate buyers who wish to preserve affordable housing properties in the Twin Cities metropolitan area will have access to a $25 million fund to help them do so. The NOAH Impact Fund is the result of a partnership between… Read more

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