One of the homes developed as part of this program.
AICDC, in partnership with the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, developed affordable homeownership housing for the Mille Lacs urban members living in the Ventura Village neighborhood of South Minneapolis. Under the "Self-Sufficiency in Urban Indian Communities Initiative," this project is the first phase of the creation of more affordable homeownership opportunities for American Indian families living in the Ventura Village and Phillips communities. In this unique partnership the Mille Lacs Band, through their bank, provided low interest (2%) loans to enhance affordablillity for participating families. AICDC provided development and construction managment services to the project. The six scattered-site units are high quality single-family homes constructed using Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) construction which allows for energy savings of up to 60%.
AICDC currently has four single family lots available for development. Please contact MIchael Goze, CEO at email@example.com or 612-813-1610.