From FOX 9:
More than a dozen families who have recently experienced homelessness now have a new place to call home.
Tuesday, the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority celebrated the grand opening of Minnehaha Townhomes. The 16 units are the first public housing the city has built since 2010.
City leaders say the two and three-bedroom options are located close to the light rail and Minnehaha Park and are available for families who were previously in homeless shelters.
Read FOX 9's article "Minneapolis opens new public housing for the first time since 2010," featuring the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority.