Finance and Commerce’s Top Construction Projects of 2016 series includes five developments Landon Group had the privilege of working on (2700 University, Blue Line Flats, Broadway Flats, Mill City Quarter, and Seward Towers) . Click here to read specifically about Mill City Quarter. Congratulations to all who worked on these developments!
The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians has been awarded more than $2.7 million from the City of Minneapolis Affordable Housing Trust Fund for its development in Minneapolis. The development will feature 109 units of affordable rental housing, as well as the Red Lake Nation Embassy and a Wellness Center. Congratulations to the Red Lake Band! Click here to read more.
The Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians has an exciting new development of affordable housing coming to Minneapolis! Click here to read more!
680 apartments and town homes will receive $22 million in project updates and remain affordable in Brooklyn Park. Click here to read more!
Families have started moving into the new affordable housing complex, Commons @ Penn in North Minneapolis!
Click here to watch the pregame interview with Devean George at the Timberwolves-Lakers game earlier in December. (Mr. George refers to Commons @ Penn and Building Blocks around minute 5 of the video).
Becky Landon, CEO of Landon Group, was recently announced as a member of the newly appointed Community Advisory Committee (CAC) that will offer input into the Snelling-Midway Redevelopment Site. Click here to read more of the tentative plans for this 34.5 acre superblock, the role of the CAC, and the list of community members appointed. Congratulations, Becky!
Congratulations to Broadway Flats for its recent award of a $9.3 million loan from Oak Grove Capital! Click here to read more.
The Shoreview Area Housing Initiative (SAHI), a client of Landon Group, is partnering with a class of St. Paul College carpentry students to build a home for veteran Thomas Koop. Koop was diagnosed with PTSD after his 15-month tour in Afghanistan and was therefore unable to hold a job. With a long VA housing waiting list, Koop and his wife became homeless. Thanks to the volunteer work of these carpentry students and SAHI, Koop and his wife will have a home again. Click here to read more of this inspiring story.
“Central Avenue has come far over the last ten years”, according to Amy Fields, General Manager of the Eastside Food Co-op, as featured in the Star Tribune last Sunday. Click here to read more about the Co-op’s renovations and the impact it will have on its commun