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Building Update: Oct. 4, 2019

We are excited to share an update on the plans for our property at 375 Selby!

As you may recall from previous communications, YWCA St. Paul issued a request for proposals from real estate developers to transform our property to include a new Health and Fitness Center, office workspace, program space and additional amenities for the community. The site has served us well for many years, but our facilities are becoming outdated and in need of significant renovation. After discussions with many potential developers, we have chosen Master Properties as our developer partner.

Master Properties specializes in mixed-use and urban infill projects, including re-positioning existing buildings and building new construction projects. The design team’s expertise will be beneficial in our redevelopment that will likely include housing, retail or other amenities for the neighborhood. Some of the team’s notable recent projects that you may be familiar with include the redevelopment process at Luther Seminary as well as CHS Field in downtown St. Paul. We are looking forward to the spirit, experience, community engagement and creativity Master Properties will bring to this project. This is an important step forward for us in this project, however it is a step that is still in early stages. As always, YWCA St. Paul is committed to remaining a resource for the community. We will continue to keep you updated, and look forward to soliciting your input at listening sessions in the near future. 

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