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The latest from Alliance Housing

2023 Organizational Highlights ›

In our 624 units across our portfolio, 50% of our tenants have background issues that would have screened them out of other housing. and our tenants stay with us for an average of three years. Opened 3301 Nicollet, home to 64 individuals and small families with very low […]... Read More ›

2116 Nicollet – Future home to Alliance ›

Alliance is excited to announce that we will be partnering with the Whittier Alliance, Whittier’s neighborhood organization, to bring to life a new development at 2116 Nicollet Ave! The building will include low-barrier affordable housing, community meeting and event space, and office space for both Alliance and the […]... Read More ›

Ebony’s one year! ›

Ebony started working with Alliance Housing in January 2022 as our part-time Housing Operations Assistant. Ebony is a bright light on the Alliance team, growing in her contributions every day. After six months in the role, Ebony moved to full-time, adding administrative responsibility for processing our donations. After […]... Read More ›

The grand opening of 3301 Nicollet ›

Earlier this spring, Alliance hosted the grand opening of our newest property: a 64-unit apartment at 3301 Nicollet Ave. Community members, board members, staff, and city and county officials gathered on April 20th to celebrate! Together, we toured the property, learned about the design and construction process from […]... Read More ›

Meet our residents

2023 Meet Our Tenants ›

BETTY HYATT. Walking into Betty’s building on Penn Avenue, residents are greeted with beautiful curtains on the windows and furniture in the entryway, creating a welcoming atmosphere. Betty has lived in Alliance housing for four years, longer than most of the other places she’s lived in throughout her... Read More ›

Our longest tenant – Greg Mure ›

Like most of us, Greg Mure never thought he would be homeless. After struggling with a series of unexpected challenges in 2006, he found himself sleeping on a park bench in South Minneapolis with his belongings in bags. The next morning, when he awoke, he saw that his... Read More ›