Highland Bridge Housing Updates

Highland Bridge Housing Updates

Transformation is underway at Highland Bridge! Our construction team continues to perform key activities including site grading, deep utilities, and roadways will create the essential infrastructure needed to support further development on the site. Our housing partners continue to make exciting progress in creating the diverse mix of housing at Highland Bridge.  Here are a few key updates.

For Sale Housing 

Pulte Homes will develop approximately 300 rowhomes on the site. Construction of their first model home units will begin shortly, with four models to open in summer of 2021. Rowhome prices will start in the $300k’s and will feature a variety of customization options. 

Click here to learn more about rowhomes at Highland Bridge. 

Select lots accommodating single family to up to 6unit homes will be released for sale starting in 2021. These lots are located along Mississippi River Boulevard and will be sold to owners via a third-party real estate brokerage team. More information on options, pricing and timing will be available in early 2021.  

Condominium options at Highland Bridge will be available for reservation starting in late 2021. These units will offer single level living within a multi-unit building. The condominiums, located near the Civic Plaza, will be sold via a third-party real estate brokerage team. Stay tuned for more information on options, pricing and delivery timing 

Rental Housing 

Weidner Apartment Homes and Ryan Companies will begin construction shortly on 230 units of apartments with a first floor Lunds and Byerly’s grocery store. Opening in 2022, the building will feature a variety of apartment sizes and price points. Leasing will begin in late 2021. 

Click here to learn more about Weidner Apartment Homes.

Presbyterian Homes and Services is planning 300 Senior living apartments in two buildings at Highland Bridge that will offer a variety of care options including independent living, assisted living, and memory care. Construction will begin in summer 2021 with early 2023 occupancy. 

Click here to learn more about Presbyterian Homes and Services.

Affordable Housing 

Ryan Companies and our partners continue our commitment to executing the vision of the Master Plan for Highland Bridge, which calls for 20% of the housing on site to be affordable, with half of that 20% being targeted to individuals and families at or below 30% of area median income.  

Project for Pride in Living, one of the non-profit affordable housing partners at Highland Bridge, is planning for their first development on site. Located along Mount Curve Avenue, the development will feature two buildings: 75 units geared towards affordable workforce housing with a mix of unit types and 60 units for women in the Emma Norton Program. 

Click here to learn more about Project for Pride in Living. 

CommonBond Communitiesanother non-profit affordable housing partners at Highland Bridge, is planning for their first development on site. The 60-unit building will be located along Cretin Avenue, just south of the new Lunds and Byerly’s grocery store and will feature housing for low-income seniors.  

Click here to learn more about CommonBond’s involvement at Highland Bridge.

Construction Update

Our infrastructure work at Highland Bridge is underway and on schedule.  A few notable updates: 

Phase 1 mass earthwork is approximately 90% complete and will be completed yet this fall.

Phase 1 utility infrastructure including water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer are nearing completion. There is approximately 2.75 miles of watermain, 2.25 miles of sanitary sewer piping and 3.75 miles of storm sewer piping in the Phase I scope of work.

The Central Water Feature pond walls have been installed which equates to 2,050 lineal feet of  cast-in-place walls and footings.

The below grade stormwater filtration and storage structures will be set by the end of November. This below grade stormwater storage and filtration system, along with other open-air enhancements, ultimately connect to Hidden Falls Regional Park and the Mississippi River. The enhanced stormwater design reduces the runoff from Highland Bridge to the existing Hidden Falls Creek by as much as 98% in a 2-year rain event.