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Monday, August 24, 2009

From the Graves of Jim Anderson,Jim Casci,BarbWinn, Lubins,Targeted 4thSt.PreservationProject

275 Bates Avenue, (in foreground) in the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood of St. Paul, can be purchased for $1 from the St.Paul Housing and Redevelopment Authority, and 279 Bates (in distance) is on the market for $5000. (Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi)
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About the 4th Street Preservation Project
The 4th Street Preservation Project will strengthen the Heritage Preservation District in the Dayton's Bluff Neighborhood by directing rehabilitation resources and technical assistance toward a targeted area in the neighborhood in order to preserve the housing stock and encourage home ownership.

A neighborhood planning process convened with the assistance of the Dayton's Bluff Community Council, the Dayton's Bluff Urban Partnership, and other community partners created development principles that will be used to inform proposals for rehabilitation and other community development.

To date, the City's Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) has acquired 11 single-family homes and duplexes within the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood that are available for purchase.

Properties for Sale
All properties available through the project are strictly for homeowner occupancy. Consideration will be given to developers who are working with home buyers who will purchase the home upon completion.
693 East 4th Street photo$40,00030 x 107Insp.Report
Guidance Sheet
695 East 4th Street photo$ 5,00030 x 107Insp. Report
Guidance Sheet
314 Bates Avenue photo$ 5,00040 x 108Insp. Report
Guidance Sheet
326 Maria Avenue photo$50,00058 x 120Insp. Report
Guidance Sheet
688 East 4th Street photo$10,00040 x 120Insp. Report
Guidance Sheet
700 East 4th Street photo$10,00040 x 120Insp. Report
Guidance Sheet
336 Maple Street photo$5,00040 x 123Insp. Report
Guidance Sheet
275 Bates Avenue photo$1.0040 x 54Insp. Report
Guidance Sheet
279 Bates Avenue photo$5,00036 x 40Insp. Report
Guidance Sheet
689 East 4th Street photo$1.0040 x 107Insp. Report
Guidance Sheet
868 Fremont Avenue photo$35,00040 x 124Insp. Report
Guidance Sheet

Qualifying Applicants
  • Must demonstrate the financial resources needed to undertake successful rehabilitation of the property and should be able to qualify for a mortgage in the range of $140,000 - $190,000.
      • Are required to incorporate the development principals and historic preservation goals created through the neighborhood planning process described in the application.
          • Will become homeowner occupants or will work with home buyers to purchase and occupy the property upon completion.
              • Will receive technical assistance from the HRA to complete the rehabilitation.

              Open Houses
              Tuesday August 25, 2009
              4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
              Featuring Properties: 688 E 4th, 689 E 4th, 693 E 4th, 695 E 4th, 700 E 4th, and 326 Maria

              Thursday, August 27, 2009
              4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
              Featuring Properties: 275 Bates, 279 Bates, 314 Bates, 336 Maple, and 868 Fremont

              Request for Purchase Application and Appendices
              Prospective home buyers interested in purchasing a home from the HRA must complete a Request for Purchase Application.

              Request for Purchase Application

              Project Application for Individuals
              B. Sample Proposal and Sample Drawings
              C. Historic Preservation Guidelines
              D. East 4th Street Preservation Project Development Principles and Assets and Opportunities Map
              E. Personal Financial Statement Form
              F. Statement of General Contractor Qualifications
              G. Residential Rehab Guidelines: Standards for Developing a Scope of Work for Rehabilitation

              Compliance Requirements

              1. Affirmative Action Opportunity/Equal Employment Opportunity
              2. Vendor Outreach
              3. Two Bid Requirement
              4. Interim HRA Sustainability Policy
              5. Rehabilitation Standards
              6. Compliance with Lead Rule (Lead Disclosure Rule (24CFR part 45, subpart A) and the Lead Safe Housing Rule’s provisions for rehabilitation (subpart j)
              7. HUD “Healthy Homes” Interventions – Rules
              8. Home Buyer Counseling Requirement (may be waived)

              Contact Information
              For more information contact Tom Sanchez at 651-266-6617 email
              or Sheri Pemberton-Hoiby at 651-266-6615



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