EXCERPT: “Housing developer Alan Arthur balks at the idea the Twin Cities’ housing boom will, on its own, create apartments affordable to refugee families and other members of the working poor. As CEO of Minneapolis-based Aeon, an affordable housing developer, Arthur has been buying weathered old buildings — mixed-income or unsubsidized properties like St. Paul’s 81-unit Larpenteur Villa apartments near Rice Street, the 99-unit Como By the Lake Senior Apartments on Como Boulevard, and the 146-unit Parkview Villa in Columbia Heights. His goal is to keep rents as affordable as possible for as long as possible.” FULLSTORY: http://bit.ly/2oACuvJ