Once dilapidated and distressed houses and duplexes have been transformed to beautifully restored homes, totaling 52 units in scattered sites, primarily located in vibrant communities located in East St. Paul. The property participates in the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) and has partnered with the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) program that focuses on affordable rent to low and very low income families. The majority of the properties are located in Dayton’s Bluff, an area full of gorgeous historic properties, Queen Ann Victorians, brownstones – available at the fraction of the price of many other city neighborhoods. The area is within walking distance of the St. Paul Farmers’ Market and Mears Park, and is home to Swede Hollow Park, Indian Mounds Park, and the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary and Regional Trails. The neighborhood is also known for the intense community involvement of residents, evidenced by the multitude of programs promoting neighborhood improvement in the arts, housing, employment, and education.