Calhoun-Isles, Cedar-Riverside, Longfellow, Nokomis, Phillips, Powderhorn, and Southwest
Here's some more info about the project: http://finance-commerce.com/2011/10/on- ... -triangle/
Those units will probably be reserved for the hearing impaired!mattaudio wrote:I sure hope they don't put units on the 2nd and 3rd floors facing the LRT viaduct....
I just saw the original Blues Brothers movie again. This development reminds me of Elmore's apartment along the El (except the LRT is quieter).
Very funny, that's the first thought that entered my mind when I saw those!!MplsTodd wrote: I just saw the original Blues Brothers movie again. This development reminds me of Elmore's apartment along the El (except the LRT is quieter).
http://www.startribune.com/housing/comm ... 46716.html
St. Paul-based Wellington Management is securing the final city approvals and subsidies it needs to proceed with construction of a 64-unit, affordable senior apartment complex abutting the Lake Street/Midtown stop on the Hiawatha light-rail line.
The Minneapolis Planning Commission said Monday that Wellington's request for $1.7 million in tax increment financing (TIF) is consistent with goals laid out in the city plan.
It next goes before the City Council, where the TIF request will be considered at three hearings in September.
Saw a site plan for this project today. There are 50 surface parking spaces on the site.
Are they on the "surface" of a tall building?
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Please tell me that is counting the existing spots at Hi-Lake Plaza
I saw the plans too - they involved a 2nd floor wading pool with a cascading waterfall of Olde English. It will be interesting to see how the facade of cardboarditious panels holds up to a Minnesota winter.
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