Minneapolis-based Oppidan Investment Company bought the former Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church at 3946 Wooddale Avenue S. in St. Louis Park and plans to build a condominium complex called Wooddale Flats, which will include six buildings with 33 units. The first building will hold three units and the remaining five buildings will hold six each. Here are some of the features:

  • Each building will have a shared rooftop deckalong with one private rooftop deck available for purchase.
  • To provide more owner privacy, there will be no long hallways or common walls between living areas, and some units will be multi-level.
  • All condominiums will be end units that feature three exterior walls with windows.
  • Each unit will have wood floors, stainless steel appliances, and multiple bedrooms and will come with one garage. Units are between 1,342- and 1,990-square feet.

Construction is expected to begin in late May or early June with the first move-ins happening in January of 2015. David Carlson at Gatehouse Properties will market and sell the condo units, which start at $364,900.

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