Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity has sold its former headquarters at 3001 Fourth St. SE in Minneapolis for $1.25 million, according to a certificate of real estate value filed with Hennepin County recently.

We wrote here about the organization's new digs in St. Paul. The three-story $6.9 million building at 1954 University Av. opened last February. One of the reasons the group opted to move was because its previous HQ was cramped, dark and lacked parking. All in all, it wasn't terribly user-friendly.

According to the CRV, the Fourth St. property was sold to a Minneapolis-based entity called TCC 3001 LLC.

(The rendering above is the new headquarters.)

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