3333 Hennepin is a missing middle project in the South Uptown neighborhood. This Missing Middle project will provide more housing choices in walkable neighborhoods while meeting the scale of single-family neighborhoods. The project Owners and Architect worked closely on selecting building materials and finishes to maintain sustainability and design aesthetics. This housing project will provide 11 units and office space. The two buildings–one built where the existing single-family home was and the other where the detached garage was–are connected by decking and a stairwell to allow daylight into the units while providing outdoor space and connection to the neighborhood. This project focuses on quality of construction, quality of living, and sustainability.
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City Center Apartments
City Center Apartments will be a community exclusively for adults aged 55+. The complex is designed to keep this age group active and social with many common spaces including pickle ball courts, horseshoes, quilting room, fitness center, and a community courtyard.
This 37 unit apartment building will be in the center of downtown New Ulm, Minnesota. Construction began in October 2017 and finished the summer of 2018.