Minneapolis, Minnesota

Mino-bimaadiziwin Affordable Housing

Mino-bimaadiziwin, which means “living the good life” in Ojibwe, is a multifamily housing development located in the heart of the Minneapolis Native American Cultural Corridor. It offers much-needed affordable housing units for Red Lake Ojibwe Band members and local Native American residents. The building features 110 units ranging from studios to three-bedroom units. Sustainable design principles are incorporated and the building features a common gathering indoor space, outdoor patio and playground space, laundry facilities and an attached parking ramp. The housing facility is located adjacent to a major light rail stop and other public transportation.

Client: Red Lake Band of Chippewa

Studio: Live

Market: Native American, Affordable | Supportive Housing

Size: 175,900 Square Feet

Scope: New Construction

Services: Architecture, Interior Design

Delivery Method: Design-Build

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