“A nonprofit organization hopes to turn an office building in the Morgan Park neighborhood into dozens of apartments for people who make relatively little or are struggling to find a permanent place to stay.
The Duluth-based American Indian Community Housing Organization plans to build a 60-unit, $15.2 million set of apartments at the current home of H&H Exports. Fifty-two of those apartments would be meant for people who make between 30% and 50% of the area’s median annual income, which was about $31,000 per person, according to the U.S. Census Bureau . The remaining eight apartment units would be “permanent supportive housing” for people who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk for it.”
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Bowen, Joe. Duluth News Tribune 18 April 2022.