Great River Landing, Minneapolis
Nonprofit developer Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative and social change enterprise Better Futures Minnesota have selected architects Concentric Architecture and 4RM+ULA to design a precedent setting mixed-use building where 72 men will each have a home, a job, and access to services for healthy productive futures.

SQ Jonathan - KimThe Olson Lake House, Lake Elmo
Construction is nearly complete on The Olson Lake House – Lake Elmo, MN.  This client driven, highly sustainable home is expected to receive the following third-party certifications:  LEED for Homes, Minnesota GreenStar, ENERGY STAR, Indoor AirPLUS, Zero Energy Ready Home.

Green Homes North, Phase 4, Minneapolis
Concentric Architecture is again working with Project for Pride in Living to create three new north Minneapolis homes as part of the city’s Green Homes North initiative.  Construction is scheduled to begin in 2015.  The three homes will be located throughout the Hawthorne Neighborhood.

Green Homes North, Phase 3, Minneapolis
Project for Pride in Living and Concentric Architecture have teamed up to create two more new homes as part of the city’s Green Homes North initiative.  Construction by D & J Steele Construction began in 2014.  One home is in the Hawthorne Neighborhood the other in the Willard-Hay Neighborhood.

4th Street Homes, North Minneapolis (2014)
These three homes, located at the corner of 4th Street North and 31st Avenue North in Minneapolis, were created as part of the city’s Green Homes North Initiative (Phase 2).  Designed for Project for Pride in Living, these homes were constructed by Miles Builders.

421 6th Avenue NE, Minneapolis (2014)
This 3 bedroom, 1,731 sq. ft. Project for Pride in Living home in northeast Minneapolis allows for single-level living with a bedroom, laundry, and ¾ bath on the first level, as well as a no-step back entrance. Reiling Construction completed work in the fall of 2014.  

Hawthorne Neighborhood Council Office (2014)
The Hawthorne Neighborhood Council office in north Minneapolis was originally built as single family home in 1915. For decades this neighborhood office (previously a church office) was inaccessible to those unable to manage stairs. Today it is available to everyone!

404-square404 31st Avenue N, Minneapolis (2013)
Concentric Architecture’s very first house was completed in September 2013. Designed for Project for Pride in Living and constructed by Miles Builders, this 3 bedroom, 2½ bath, 1,768 sq. ft home scored a HERS rating of 53.