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    Home changes everything!

    Together, we can create stability and build brighter futures.

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    Our ultra-sustainable property is now open!

    We're proud that the Rose is one of the healthiest, greenest places to live in the U.S.

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    Because everyone deserves a place to call home.

    Aeon’s mission is to create and sustain quality affordable homes that strengthen lives and communities.

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  • Building community, one neighbor at a time

    Each year, Aeon serves more than 4,400 people in its 40 affordable housing properties in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Brooklyn Center, Chaska and Roseville

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Why Aeon?

Aeon is a responsive nonprofit developer, owner and manager of high-quality affordable apartments and townhomes which serve more than 4,500 people annually in the Twin Cities area. For 30 years, Aeon has been committed to helping people create a home in a safe, secure environment and connect to the community around them. We believe that Home changes everything.

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Featured Resident Story

The 4,500 people who live in Aeon homes each year are at the heart of Aeon’s work. In celebration of Aeon’s 30th anniversary, we connected with a resident who recently reached his own milestone. Meet Tony von Krag: a Coyle resident, dual doctoral degree holder, disabled Air Force veteran, and grandfather of four. Learn why Tony has chosen to be part of the Aeon community for 20 years.

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Latest Blog Posts


“As a society, our decision to heap shame and contempt upon those who struggle and fail in a system designed to keep them locked up and locked out says far more about ourselves than it does about them,” Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness This insightful reflection by […]

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The different definitions of Home

  by Stephanie Swenson on March 27, 2017

Home is family. Home is community. Home is serenity. Home is safety. Home means something different to every individual, but the feeling of comfort and relief we experience when walking through the front door to our Homes is often the same. Your support of Aeon isn’t just about providing affordable housing. It’s also about providing […]

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Latest Blog Posts



The different definitions of Home

  by Stephanie Swenson on March 27, 2017 in Aeon Residents, Announcements

Home is family. Home is community. Home is serenity. Home is safety. Home means something different to every individual, but the feeling of comfort and relief we experience when walking through the front door to our Homes is often the same. Your support of Aeon isn’t just about providing affordable housing. It’s also about providing […]

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