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United Properties Breaks Ground on Latest Senior Living Concept: Independent Living for Rent

April 29, 2019

MINNEAPOLIS–United Properties announced today that it has broken ground on its first 55-plus independent living rental community, located at Lexington Avenue North and County Road C West in Roseville. ThePOINTE Roseville is slated to open for occupancy in the summer of 2020.

“We are pleased to unveil our latest senior living concept, one offering active seniors a new level of flexibility and choice as they make room for their life’s next adventure,” said Mark Nelson, executive vice president, residential development, United Properties. “Demand for independent senior living is increasing across the country, and we’re experiencing that trend in the Twin Cities as well. ThePOINTE Roseville offers boomers opportunities to connect with one another, a beautiful community they will be proud to call home and the freedom of rental living.”

The four-story community will offer maintenance-free living for people 55-plus with a variety of apartment sizes and floor plans. A total of 95 units will be available, including studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, two-bedroom plus den, and three-bedroom apartment floor plans. ThePOINTE Roseville will feature stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, underground heated parking and many lifestyle amenities including a club room, community room, business center, art studio, fitness studio, workshop and outdoor kitchen. The location features acres of wetlands and offers scenic views of nearby Bennett Lake and Central Park.

Pre-leasing has begun. The leasing office is located at 2332 Lexington Ave., Unit #1 in Roseville.

The project was designed by Kaas Wilson Architects, with interior design by Henricksen. The community will be constructed by Weis Builders and managed by Great Lakes Management.

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