You're invited to the groundbreaking for the Hennepin County Human Services Center and mixed-use development at Lake Street/Hiawatha Avenue

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Hennepin County Human Services Center 
and mixed-use development 
at Lake Street/Hiawatha Avenue 

Groundbreaking ceremony   


Monday, November 2, 2015 at 10 a.m. 


Lake Street and 22nd Avenue South/Lake Street Station, METRO Blue Line
(One block west of Hiawatha Avenue)


L&H Station development
Rendering of the Human Services Center and retail space

Hennepin County’s newest Human Services Center will be part of a remarkable place to work, live and play in south Minneapolis’ vibrant Midtown district. The transit-oriented development features a range of residential options with more than 500 housing units, as well as retail space and parking. Additional elements include a transit plaza connecting to a public gathering space — the permanent home for the Midtown Farmers Market. 

November’s groundbreaking marks the start of construction for the Human Services Center and street-level retail space. The transit plaza, 114 rental housing units and parking facility round out this initial phase, which opens in 2017.

Light refreshments will be served.

Getting to the event

Transit: Take the METRO Blue Line to the Lake Street/Midtown station or use Metro Transit bus routes 21, 27 or 53

Parking: Please consider carpooling. Limited spaces are available at the Minneapolis Adult Education Center - South Campus, 2225 East Lake Street

More information

Call Hennepin County Communications, 612-348-3848.