The Minneapolis Public Housing Authority is planning to spend $34 million to build 84 units at 16 separate sites spread across the city starting in 2022. The project—the largest the housing authority has undertaken in about 20 years—will use funds allocated from the American Rescue Plan Act and low-income housing tax credits and bonds. It will increase the city’s total public housing units by 10 percent, will add 17 units for people experiencing homelessness, and aims to provide housing and stability for families, including upwards of 400 children.
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