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Beyond Shelter is putting together a "Plan B" to build about half of its originally planned apartments on the former South University Kmart site; Milton Earl Apartments would get $300,000 to bridge funding gap so construction can begin.
The once quiet bedroom community could hit 5,000 residents by the end of the year. It recently added a pharmacy, and is in line for a Sanford Health medical clinic, a Catholic parish hall, and for lovers of treats, a Dairy Queen.
The $23.4-million project will offer 114 market-rate apartments with first-floor, indoor parking for an estimated 190 residents.
Racially restrictive covenants have long been illegal, but supporters of the project say acknowledging past wrongs is the first step toward reversing Minnesota’s homeownership and wealth gaps, which are among the worst in the nation.

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The project's developers are working with neighbors to address concerns and adding features to help beautify the area.
The Moorhead City Council is being asked to approve a height variance for the four-story multi-family complex.
Fargo City Commissioners vote 3-1 Monday to sell the former Public Health building to Green Acre Development and Lloyd Companies.
The 36-unit building will be owned by Churches United for the Homeless.
Talks over finding parking for American Federal Bank have broken down, meaning the City Commission must choose between competing plans for 401 3rd Ave. N.
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Partnership between Kilbourne Group, the city and other private partners brings healthy mix of apartments, condos, parking and commercial space to the old city center.

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The silver lining may be that the rate of increase has slowed compared to a year prior.
The NDSU professor who owns the historic home plans to sell his estate to a local affordable housing organization.
The project near Interstate 94 and Eighth Street South would sit between a hotel and a senior facility.

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