Kraus-Anderson projects Chamberlain apartments and Cambia Hills of East Bethel receive NAIOP’s Awards of Excellence
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (September 2020) – Two high-profile Kraus-Anderson projects — the Chamberlain apartments in Richfield and Cambia Hills of East Bethel — have received Awards of Excellence from the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP). NAIOP’s awards, which recognize projects that have demonstrated exemplary efforts, are based on a system of nominations and peer selection.
Chamberlain @ East Edge apartments – 6630 Richfield Parkway, Richfield, Minn.
Owned by Kraus-Anderson Development and Inland Development Partners (IDP), the multi-family complex consists of 316 apartments (283 new units and 33 existing units) in six rental buildings – three new construction and three renovated buildings.
Built by Kraus-Anderson Construction and designed by UrbanWorks Architecture, the $54 million, 345,491-square-foot complex also features one level of underground parking. Amenities include a clubhouse, patios, firepit and grilling areas, outdoor pool, game room, fitness center, underground parking, bike maintenance area, dog run, pet wash and adventure playground for kids.
Of the 316 mixed-income units, 20 percent of the units are designated as affordable housing.
Cambia Hills of East Bethel – 900 189th Ave. NE., East Bethel, Minn.
Owned by The Hills Youth and Family Services, Cambia Hills of East Bethel is the state’s first purpose-built psychiatric residential treatment facility for children. The Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate School District provides educational services to the facility.
Cambia Hills was built by Kraus-Anderson Construction. Kraus-Anderson Development was the owner’s development representative and provided project development services. Designed by TKDA Architects, the $26.5 million, 60-bed treatment facility is designed to serve children ages 6-17 who are experiencing complex mental illness.
Situated on a 38-acre wetland site, the campus features new offices for staff, a half gymnasium; commercial kitchen/cafeteria, community room, mechanical and maintenance area, and housing wings. The facility also includes shared space for the school’s use such as the corridors, cafeteria and gym.
Established in 1897, Kraus-Anderson is an integrated construction management and real estate development enterprise working independently and in collaboration with a family of companies, including insurance, mortgage and realty operations. Kraus-Anderson, an EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability employer, is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn. and has regional offices in Madison, Wis., Bismarck, N.D., and Duluth, Bemidji and Rochester Minn.