We build for the long term, requiring sustainable design, quality materials, and a commitment to equity. Hope Community’s rental homes reflect the pride community members feel about this neighborhood.

Are you looking for a place to live at Hope Community?

We contract with Aeon Management, a professional property management company to manage our portfolio of properties that includes affordable and market-rate homes. Seventy percent of our rental homes are affordable. Learn more about our rental homes below through Aeon’s property finder.

Properties Now Leasing:

Children’s Village Center

611 East Franklin Avenue

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The 30 affordable-unit Children’s Village Center was completed in 2002 and was the first phase of the South Quarter development project with Aeon. The first floor of the four-story Children’s Village Center is home to Hope’s offices and community center.

The Jourdain

2006 Portland Avenue South

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The 41-unit Jourdain building is named after Winnie Jourdain, a civil rights pioneer in Minneapolis and a respected elder on the White Earth Reservation. The completion of the Jourdain in 2006 transformed a vital urban intersection into rental options ranging from small studios to three-bedroom units. There is neighborhood commercial space on the street level. The Jourdain is part of the South Quarter and is a partnership with Aeon.

The Wellstone

620 East Franklin Avenue

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The 49-unit, mixed-income, the Wellstone building is a Minnesota Green Communities demonstration project, and features the largest residential solar thermal hot water system in the State. The Wellstone, part of the South Quarter, includes commercial/community space that houses Twin Cities Child Care Center.

The Rose

1928 Portland Avenue South

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The 90 unit, mixed-income Rose building, was the final phase of the South Quarter with partner Aeon. The development’s design goes beyond typical sustainability standards with renewable energy systems and a large community garden. The Rose won the 2016 “Energy and Climate Award” from Environmental Initiative.

The Dundry

1829 5th Avenue South

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Hope Block offers 46 units of affordable rental homes in 10 homes located near the intersection of Franklin and Portland Avenues. Our work to transform buildings and outdoor spaces on the Hope Block over a 10-year period became a model for community-centered development.

The Hope Block

Multiple Sites near Intersection of Franklin & Portland Aves

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The 25 affordable-units in the Dundry are reserved for formerly homeless individuals and couples. Through a partnership with Project for Pride in Living, people who live in the Dundry receive the support they need to move toward stability.