The MPHA has forty-two apartment communities with a total of 5006 studio and one bedroom apartments located in North, Northeast, South and Southeast Minneapolis and are grouped as Asset Management Projects (AMP). Some buildings are designated as non-smoking and provide a healthy environment. Check the location and overview of each high-rise building.
MPHA provides affordable housing options through its senior designated housing program. This national-award-winning program features attractive, safe rental buildings with comfortable apartments and on-site amenities and services designed for adults 50 years and older. MPHA has designated eleven high-rise buildings with 1,859 apartments for seniors, a number of these buildings also provide assisted living programs and supportive services for elderly adults. In 2011, MPHA developed the Thomas T. Feeney Manor, an assisted living facility with a focus on memory care.
Family Scattered Site Housing
The MPHA family housing program is available to adults with dependents. There are currently 753 scattered site homes ranging from two to six bedrooms throughout Minneapolis. Some units are handicapped accessible.
Glendale Family Housing
Located in southeast Minneapolis near the University of Minnesota it consists of 184, one, two, three and four bedroom townhome units in 28 buildings. Some buildings have been designated as non-smoking and provide a healthy environment for families.
MPHA has worked with other partners and entities to develop public housing units in suburban communities for both Minneapolis and metro area families. These homes were developed in suburban areas as part of 1995 Hollman law suit settlement mandating the de-concentration of public housing in Minneapolis.
The public housing units developed by MPHA and its partners consists of very attractive and comfortable suburban homes with a range from two to five bedrooms in communities such as Minnetonka, Eden Prairie, Watertown, Woodbury, Chaska, Columbia Heights, Golden Valley, Moundsview and Plymouth and elsewhere in the metropolitan area. You must be on MPHA’s family public housing waiting list to be considered for housing in these units.