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Catholic Charities announces new $65M housing project in downtown Minneapolis


December 3, 2019

LEILA NAVIDI – Star Tribune

Tory, a 44-year-old from Minneapolis, got the key to his own room at Exodus Residence on Monday. Catholic Charities will move residents from Exodus to their new center in 2021.

A new $65 million development in Minneapolis will help more people who are chronically homeless, including veterans and those in medical respite - a vulnerable population few facilities specifically serve in Minnesota.

On Monday, Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis announced it's buying Augustana Health Care Center near downtown Minneapolis, repurposing and renovating the building. By 2021, the nonprofit will reopen it, relocating residents and services there from its Exodus Residence, a smaller building it will no longer lease from St. Olaf Church about a mile away downtown.


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