There is a tremendous housing shortage in the Twin Cities and across the state of Minnesota, particularly affordable housing options for communities of color and indigenous communities. So what are alternative housing models that are available in community? There are alternative models such as manufactured housing, land trusts and housing cooperatives which have been around for several years. Come learn how we can embrace new and old ideas again to get folks housed. We must work together to solve this issue, as it an important and growing national issue which impacts everyone.
Date: Thursday, January 10, 2019
5:30 - 8 PM
Location: Hope Community Inc.
611 E Franklin Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55404
5:30 - 6 PM: Networking and Light Appetizers
6- 8 PM: Program
Sheng Vang, Land Trust Homeowner and Program Associate, City of Lakes Community Land Trust
Mark Fick, Director of Lending, Shared Capital Co-Op
Natividad Seefeld, President, Park Plaza Manufactured Home Park in Fridley
Parking: There is a small lot, but also street parking. This block is served by Metro Transit lines #2 and #9 along Franklin and #39 along Park.
Directions and Transit: Hope is on Franklin by Portland, only a few blocks east of I-35W and MN 65. If you need help planning a trip via public transit, please use the Metro Transit Trip Planner.