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Ramsey Co, NOAH Impact Fund help Aeon buy/preserve 118 apartments

From the Pioneer Press: A Minneapolis-based nonprofit has bought 118 apartments in Little Canada in order to keep them affordable. Aeon announced Friday that it had purchased The Provinces, an apartment complex west of Interstate 35E on Little Canada Road. The buildings, which are home to roughly 300 residents, were previously owned by Dominium. To finance… More

Portland OR preserved affordable housing

Rescue Mission: Community strategies emerge to preserve affordable housing

Donna Kimura, deputy editor of Affordable Housing Finance magazine, presents efforts from Portland, Oregon to Washington, D.C. to preserve naturally occurring affordable housing (NOAH). She includes a feature on GMHF’s NOAH Impact Fund. Rescue Mission: Community strategies emerge to preserve affordable housing By Donna Kimura 9/12/16 The Bronaugh Apartments is one of the oldest rental housing… More

There’s a $3M deal to keep housing affordable in the Twin Cities

A $3 million deal will help keep housing prices low for Minnesotans. The Hennepin County Board made the deal after a low-income housing group argued that affordable housing is disappearing in the Twin Cities area. Companies are snatching the cheaper units, fixing them up and renting out the renovated units for a higher price. That makes for some beautiful… More

New Fund Seeks to Preserve Affordable Housing in Twin Cities

By Donna Kimura The Minneapolis-St. Paul area is taking a stand to stem the loss of affordable housing. In an initiative that’s the first of its kind in the region, officials have launched a fund that seeks to preserve 2,000 unsubsidized affordable rental homes in the Twin Cities. The Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing (NOAH) Impact… More

Fountain Terrace

Fountain Terrace: NOAH Impact Fund’s first pilot project

NOAH Impact Fund executes pilot projects to demonstrate the viability of the investment program. Fountain Terrace is the first pilot project financed by the NOAH Impact Fund. The Fund builds on the best practices nationally of affordable housing developers that have acquired and manage new portfolios of existing unsubsidized affordable housing. In August 2015, the… More

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For more background about the NOAH Impact Fund, please download the NOAH Impact Fund Brochure (PDF).

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About the NOAH Impact Fund

The NOAH Impact Fund is a subsidiary of the Greater Minnesota Housing Fund. This program was established to enable the preservation of existing affordable housing for Minnesotans.

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Staff Contacts

Rachel Robinson
NOAH Impact Fund Manager
rrobinson@gmhf.com
651.221.1997 x114

Warren W. Hanson
President & CEO, GMHF, MEF & NOAH
whanson@gmhf.com
651.221.1997 x107

General Contact Info

NOAH Impact Fund
c/o Greater Minnesota Housing Fund
332 Minnesota Street
Suite 1201-East
Saint Paul, MN 55101