From the Star Tribune:
The Minneapolis Public Housing Authority plans to demolish more than a dozen houses it owns and replace them with 84 units in four- and six-plexes across the city.
The roughly $34 million project is expected to begin in the summer of 2022 and calls for replacing aging "scattered site" public housing. Authority officials said only one of the 16 parcels designated for new housing is vacant.
"Our goal here with this project is to build as much affordable housing as we can in areas where it typically doesn't exist, but also to continue investing in areas where it is present and it does exist," said Juan Torres, project lead and the housing authority's development manager. "This is kind of a direct response to that, to create additional family housing within our scattered sites."
Read the Star Tribune's article "Minneapolis aims to build 84 housing units across the city," featuring the Minneapolis Public Housing Authority.