What’s New

Request for Qualifications

The Carlton Housing & Redevelopment Authority is seeking architectural/engineering design services.  Interested applicants please see the following documents and deadlines.

Request for Qualifications- A-E Services

Attachment A – Profile of Firm Form

Attachment B – HUD 5369-C

Attachment C – Profile of Firm Form

Attachment D – Section 3 Form

Attachment E – HUD 5369-B

Attachment F – ITPC

Attachment G – HUD 51915 Model Form of Agreement Between Owner and Design Professional 

Attachment G-1 – HUD 5370

Attachment G-2 – Supplemental Contract Conditions

Attachment H – SF330.13 

Coordinated Entry

Introducing Coordinated Entry- housing assistance for people who are homeless, living somewhere without working utilites, living with another family and no space of their own, or going to be homeless in two weeks or less. The Coordinated Entry process is for people living in Carlton County. If you don’t live in Carlton County but need housing services, please call 2-1-1 and ask for assistance where you live. Participating agencies include: Cloquet Housing s/b Housing & Redevelopment Authority, HDC Outreach Center, Lakes and Pines Community Action Council, MAC-V, and Salvation Army.

White Pine Apartments

New High Quality Housing Proposed at 930 14th Street, Cloquet MN

Nestled within an existing mature neighborhood in Cloquet, centered between Washington Elementary School, and Cloquet Senior High school, this infill development will consist of a three-story 35-unit housing community with an elevator, underground parking, and surface parking. The high-quality housing will meet the needs of the growing workforce in Cloquet and provide additional options for low-maintenance housing with modern amenities and community space.

6 – 1 Bedrooms
26 – 2 Bedrooms
3 – 3 Bedrooms
35 Total Units

Parking consist of:

39 surface parking stalls
33 underground parking stalls
72 Total Parking Stalls

Amenities included will be in-unit washer/dryer, elevator, fitness center, office, meeting room, playground and community rooms. The building will have a pitched roof design which reflects that of the existing neighborhood. High-end building design and landscaping will enhance the neighborhood. Seven of the units will be designated as supportive housing to provide permanent housing with services to the formerly homeless and will have project-based rental assistance dedicated by the HRA.

The property will be owned and managed by the Cloquet Housing and Redevelopment Authority, and Commonwealth Development Corporation will be the Developer. The HRA will also provide 7 Project Based Vouchers for the 7 LTH Units.

The Human Development Center will provide the Support Services for the 7 LTH units.

Development Timeline:

  • October 2018 – Start Construction
  • August 2019 – Construction completion and occupancy.