MINNEAPOLIS-Construction begins this week on a $200 million redevelopment project on thenorth side of Minneapolis, which was once the site of one of thelargest public housing projects in the Midwest.

Theredevelopment stems from a 1992 lawsuit allegingdiscriminatory concentration of racial minoritiesliving in some 770 units of public housing.

Street andutility work will be done this fall, with theconstruction of the 900 units of housing for a variety of income levels to start next spring.

The project’s lead developer is St. Louis-basedMcCormack Baron & Associates, and local partner,Legacy Management and Development Corp.

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