Bemidji Pioneer: Park Place Apartments officially opens during Friday ceremony


October 30, 2017

Some present for the ribbon cutting were Mayor Rita Albrecht, County Administrator Kay Mack, Minnesota Housing Commissioner Mary Tingerthal, Greater Minnesota Housing Fund President Warren Hanson, HRDC Executive Director Tim Flathers, Center City Housing Corporation Executive Director Rick Klun, and Red Lake Assistant Executive Director Linda McGraw-Adams. (Jordan Shearer | Bemidji Pioneer)

BEMIDJI -- The atmosphere in downtown Bemidji was charged and optimistic Friday morning, as government officials, organization personnel and business leaders celebrated the opening of Park Place Apartments.

The complex, managed by the Duluth-based Center City Housing Corp., includes 60 units, with 40 dedicated to single-room occupancy for those with chronic substance abuse problems and 20 efficiency apartments for the recently homeless. The goal of the development is to give safe housing to those individuals while facilitating their needs through off-premise services such as addiction treatment and mental health care.


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