Construction will use “Extreme Structural Insulated Panels,” high performance heat pumps, in-floor heat, LED lighting that qualifies for Energy Star, and the Net Zero Ready Program. The buildings will have one- and two-bedroom units on three floors with elevators and off-street parking. Plans still call for a mixed-use retail and residential property.

Sharkee's lot apartments may break ground soon

The path to developing the former Sharkee’s property has been long and winding as city leaders work with government agencies, private investors and local contractors.

Luverne City Council members took action last week to move the $8 million project closer to an October groundbreaking.

 


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