Construction to begin on St. Paul's long-delayed Penfield project

The $62 million development will include 254 apartments above a 27,000-square-foot Lunds grocery store. It's going up on the site of the former downtown police and fire headquarters. The project was given the green-light last month after the city of St. Paul received a commitment from HUD for mortgage insurance.
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The $62 million development will include 254 apartments above a 27,000-square-foot Lunds grocery store. It's going up on the site of the former downtown police and fire headquarters. The project was given the green-light last month after the city of St. Paul received a commitment from HUD for mortgage insurance.

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