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Congratulations to Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless member organizations that were awarded funding this month from the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency. Investments will help develop safe, stable, affordable housing for low-income households across the state:

  • LSS: Center for Changing Lives, Duluth (20 Units)
  • AEOA and Three Rivers Community Action: Ivy Manor Apartments, Virginia (41 rental units)
  • Three Rivers Community Action: Affordability Gap Financing Program, Multiple Cities (12 single-family homes); North and South Oak Apartments, Northfield (rehab of 43 units)
  • AEOA: NE MN Community Impact Project, Virginia (rehab of 10 single-family homes)
  • Center City Housing: Gateway Tower, Duluth (150 Units); Park Place, Bemidji (60 new rental units)
  • Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership: Grand Terrace Apartments, Worthington (48 new rental units); Owner-Occupied Regional Pool, Multiple Cities (rehab of 10 single-family homes)
  • Project for Pride in Living: Affirmation House, Minneapolis (rehab of 12 units), Oxford Village Apartments, Hopkins (51 new rental units)
  • Clare Housing: Marshall Flats, Minneapolis (36 new rental units)
  • Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative: 66 West, Edina (39 new rental units)
  • Twin Cities Housing Development Corporation: Jamestown Apartments, St. Paul (73 units)
  • Lakes and Pines Community Action: Owner-occupied foreclosure remediation; Mora, Princeton, Moose Lake, Cloquet (9 single family homes)
  • Habitat for Humanity of Minnesota: 23 new construction single-family homes
  • Two Rivers Community Land Trust: Ivy Estates, Forest Lake (6 new single family homes)
  • Churches United for the Homeless: Moorhead (43 new rental units)
  • Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity: 34 new construction single-family homes
  • Duluth HRA: Housing Resource Connection, Duluth (22 units – 10 new construction single-family homes and rehab of 12 owner-occupied homes)

The Homes for All campaign helped secure additional funding for affordable housing developments. Thank you for your important advocacy!