ROCHESTER, Minn. – The issue of affordable housing continues to rise — and in southern Minnesota, a new apartment building is aimed to bring some hope for those who need it.
On Thursday, an official ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for Gage East Apartments in Rochester. The 55-unit complex will serve families and youth who are currently homeless. Not only that but residents will get onsite case management, early childhood and school-aged youth programs, and also help from work force development.
We are told the goal is to stop the generational homeless issue that many face.