Highland Bridge Quarterly Housing Update Q1 / 2021

Highland Bridge is abuzz with activity this spring! Several vertical developments will take shape in 2021, including multiple residential developments detailed below. The team at Highland Bridge will provide a housing-specific neighborhood update in June – details to be announced later this month via email and at highlandbridge.com.


Custom Home lot sales launched in February.  Located along Mississippi River Boulevard, these lots can accommodate dwellings from single family up to 6–units. The team at Coldwell Banker – Crocus Hill is handling lot sales. Click here for information on remaining availability.

Pulte Homes will develop approximately 300 rowhomes at Highland Bridge. Model home unit construction is underway, with models to open this summer. Click here to learn more about rowhomes at Highland Bridge.

Condominium options  at Highland Bridge are currently being explored, offering single level living within a multi-unit building.  Stay tuned for more information on options, pricing and delivery timing.


Weidner Apartment Homes and Ryan Companies have several projects planned at Highland Bridge. The first 230 units of apartments anchored by Lunds and Byerly’s grocery store is under construction and will open in 2022. Leasing will begin in late 2021.

Design for the second Weider/Ryan apartment project, located at Block 11, is currently underway with construction to begin this fall.

Click here to learn more about Weidner Apartment Homes.

Presbyterian Homes and Services will begin construction of 300 Senior living apartments in two buildings at Highland Bridge this summer. Anticipating occupancy in 2023, this site will offer a variety of options including independent living, assisted living, and memory care. Presbyterian Homes is currently reviewing prospective floorplans and plans to have an information office available this summer. 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 will begin construction of 75 units geared towards affordable workforce housing and 60 units for women in the Emma Norton Program this fall. Click here to learn more about Project for Pride in Living.

CommonBond Communities, will begin construction of a 60-unit building this fall. This site is 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.