Ackerberg Begins Development of 54-Unit Micro Apartment Community in Minneapolis

MN46 is slated for completion in May 2020.

MINNEAPOLIS — Ackerberg has begun development of MN46, a 54-unit micro apartment community in Minneapolis. The project is a joint venture with Left Lane Corp., Hayes Harlow, Twin Cities Home Rental and Trew Capital. Units will range from 390 to 410 square feet for studios, 420 to 650 square feet for one-bedroom units and 760 to 905 square feet for two-bedroom units. The property will also feature 1,835 square feet of first-floor retail space. Amenities will include a fifth-floor community room, patio, bike lobby, package room and covered parking. Completion is slated for May 2020. Collage Architects and Yellow Tree Construction Services make up the project team.

Monthly rents will start in the low $1,000s. “We continue to remain very bullish on micro units as a niche,” says Sean Sweeney, founder of Hayes Harlow. “The lack of new apartment product in the area was also a big factor in our decision to develop this site.” The name of the property stems from its location at the intersection of Minnehaha Avenue and 46th Street.

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