Sarah Larson joined Landon Group in 2015, bringing over fifteen years of experience in, and a passion for, affordable housing. She works with for-profit and nonprofit developers pursuing affordable housing, with a particular focus on supportive housing for Minnesota’s most vulnerable populations.
Sarah has an extensive background in affordable housing. She gained skills in project management, financing and construction management over an eleven-year tenure at Project for Pride in Living and seven years at Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative. Sarah has completed new construction and rehabilitation projects throughout the Twin Cities metro area. Her projects ranged in size from single family homes to multi-family rental buildings with budgets in excess of $20 million.
Sarah has successfully layered funding from multiple public sources including Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, Federal Home Loan Bank, HUD 202, HOME, CBDG, Met Council, Tax Increment Financing, and other state, local, and private sources. She has experience in all aspects of a development project, including site selection, acquisition, entitlements, predevelopment funding, building design, environmental remediation, financial modeling, closing and construction.
Sarah holds Bachelor degrees in Architecture and Social Thought & Analysis from Washington University in St. Louis.
Outside of the office Sarah is involved in political campaigns and community events, while also making time to renovate her house in Northeast Minneapolis. Sarah finds adventure in travel and exploring the newest breweries in town with her husband.