MINNEAPOLIS -- The apartment complex that's on fire is a 189 unit affordable housing building that was going to be open later this year. It's now completely engulfed in flames.
The Star Tribune reported:
The under-construction affordable housing development that burned in the widespread violence in south Minneapolis late Wednesday and early Thursday was to be a six-story rental building with 189 apartments for low-income renters, including more than three dozen for very low-income tenants.
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Construction began last fall on Midtown Corner, which was expected to be completed and ready for occupancy this year. Late Wednesday the wood-framed upper floors of the building were fully engulfed in flames, with thick plumes of smoke that figured prominently in widely viewed photos of the riots. By Thursday morning, what had been an active construction site was reduced to a pile of smoldering ashes atop what was left of the concrete first-floor commercial space.
So basically, the protesters burned down the future homes that some of their own friends or family might have been living in.
Just glad no one was in there already...
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