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Developer breaks ground on $44 million Brooklyn Park apartment complex

Developers broke ground Thursday on a $44 million apartment complex next to the Southview Shopping Center in Brooklyn Park.

Enterprise Homes Inc., in partnership with shopping center owner Southview Development, is building the 230-unit Woodfall Greens near the intersection of Hammonds Lane and Ritchie Highway and adjacent to the Chesapeake Arts Center.

The complex will offer one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments in five elevator-served buildings, with the first units opening next fall. Units will feature balconies, washers/dryers and kitchens with granite countertops. The community will feature a club room, library, fitness center, outdoor pool and grilling areas.

The architecture firm Grimm & Parker designed Woodfall Greens, which is being built by Harkins Builders and will be managed by Bozzuto Management Co. The development will be built to the National Green Building Standard.

Enterprise Homes is a Baltimore-based affordable housing developer affiliated with Enterprise Community Partners.



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