Gracewin Development

Advance Thief River Director, Michelle Landsverk, interviewed Lisa Anteau of GraceWin Living, to learn about their new housing development coming to Thief River Falls. This development will increase the housing supply and provide a new housing option for Thief River Falls residents.

A recent market study found that housing options are very limited for active seniors in the Thief River Falls, MN area. The study indicated that the population of individuals ages 65+ grew by an estimated 28% from 2010 to 2019, and is projected to grow even further by 14.7% between 2019 and 2024. This growth will lead to additional unmet demand for senior housing. Gracewin seeks to provide relief to this housing inadequacy by offering a new and unique option for the region.

“We are excited about this development,” said Landsverk, “and the fact that we are going to have another type of housing in the community.”

Visit the Gracewin website for more information.

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