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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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    Aeon serves nearly 8,000 residents in the Twin Cities area.

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Why Aeon?

Aeon is a responsive nonprofit developer, owner and manager of high-quality affordable apartments and townhomes which serve nearly 8,000 people annually in the Twin Cities area. For more than 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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Latest Blog Posts


A message from Alan Arthur

  by Aeon on July 31, 2018

Aeon supporters, You may have seen an article in the Star Tribune last week about concerns from residents and the City of Richfield about Seasons Park Apartments. Aeon took ownership of Seasons Park in September to keep rents affordable for residents and prevent 422 families from being evicted. We have kept that promise, but there […]

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Aeon resident, Dorsey and Aeon’s President and CEO, Alan Arthur participated in a StoryCorps interview. Listen to them share their personal stories and the importance of home, and read their reflections below. Aeon CEO and Aeon resident in conversation In September, Aeon President & CEO Alan Arthur recorded a Story Corps interview with Aeon resident […]

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Latest Blog Posts


A message from Alan Arthur

  by Aeon on July 31, 2018 in Announcements

Aeon supporters, You may have seen an article in the Star Tribune last week about concerns from residents and the City of Richfield about Seasons Park Apartments. Aeon took ownership of Seasons Park in September to keep rents affordable for residents and prevent 422 families from being evicted. We have kept that promise, but there […]

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A conversation between Aeon resident, Dorsey and Aeon President & CEO, Alan Arthur

  by Stephanie Swenson on November 16, 2017 in Announcements

Aeon resident, Dorsey and Aeon’s President and CEO, Alan Arthur participated in a StoryCorps interview. Listen to them share their personal stories and the importance of home, and read their reflections below. Aeon CEO and Aeon resident in conversation In September, Aeon President & CEO Alan Arthur recorded a Story Corps interview with Aeon resident […]

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