Dunedin

469 Ada Street
St. Paul, MN 55107
(651) 298-5231

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Dunedin Terrace Family Development

88 two-, three-, four-, and five-bedroom apartments originally constructed in 1966 with interior and exterior renovations completed in 1992 and 1999.  Buildings are brick two-story four-plex townhouses featuring free parking, semi-private yards, and playground areas for children.  New kitchen cabinets and flooring were installed in 1999.  A community center facility was added to the adjacent hi-rise in 1997 for use by residents in the family units. 

A full range of services for residents of all ages is available at Dunedin Terrace.  Partners with Neighborhood house for collaborative programming such as open computer lab, basic computer training, online courses, job training courses and after school and summer youth programs.  The majority of programs and/or services take place at the Paul and Sheila Wellstone Center Building located adjacent to the Dunedin Terrace Hi-Rise.  The Resident Council meetings, activities and events take place in the Dunedin Hi-Rise Community Center and other green space areas in the family development.

Located in the West Side neighborhood, Dunedin Terrace is located near the Roosevelt Elementary School, Paul and Sheila Wellstone Center for Community Building, El Rio Vista Park and Recreation Center, West Side Health Clinic, banking, shopping, and churches.

Dunedin Terrace is located on a major bus routes.

West Side Duplexes

16 two- and three-bedroom apartments originally constructed in 1964 with renovations completed in 1991.  Buildings are two-story duplexes featuring free parking, semi-private yards, and outdoor storage building with each unit and a playground area for children.

Residents of the West Side duplexes are a part of the Dunedin Resident Council and all services available to Dunedin residents are also available for West Side residents.

Located in the West Side neighborhood, West Side duplexes are located near the Roosevelt Elementary School and the Paul and Sheila Wellstone Center for Community Building.  West Side duplexes are located near a major bus route.