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McGough Breaks Ground on 402-Unit Multifamily Development in Bloomington, Minnesota

The Fenley is one of the first ground-up development projects to be built in Minnesota under the new Opportunity Zone tax program.

BLOOMINGTON, MINN. — McGough has broken ground on The Fenley, a 402-unit apartment project at Bloomington Central Station in Minnesota. The project is the third multifamily development on the company’s 50-acre master-planned site. The Fenley is one of the first ground-up development projects to be built in Minnesota under the new Opportunity Zone tax program. Northwestern Mutual Life Co. provided debt financing. The property will have 10 percent of its units reserved for those who make 80 percent of the area median income. The project, designed by ESG Architecture and Design, will include amenities such as a pool patio, bocce court, sky lounge, fitness room, community room and courtyard with ground-floor retail space. Upon the project’s completion, McGough will have spearheaded development of 1,060 housing units on the site, which is also home to corporate offices for HealthPartners and Ceridian. The Fenley is expected to open in June 2020.

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