Nine Awards for Excellence Since 2002
Episcopal Homes has earned local, state, and national awards for its efforts to provide a wide range of homes and services to seniors. All of our residences are built to a single standard of excellence, and they demonstrate our commitment to meeting the needs of the growing elderly population and the neighborhoods in which they live. We are recognized as a leader for the transforming effect that our senior housing developments have had on our community.
Community Impact Award
Aging Services of Minnesota - February 10, 2012
For Kings Crossing Apartments. The award is granted to Episcopal Homes “for going beyond its housing role to support and/or improve the greater community.” Kings Crossing Apartments has had a transforming effect on the Frogtown community of Saint Paul.
Excellence in Innovation Award
Aging Services of Minnesota - February 10, 2010
For Carty Heights. Episcopal Homes of Minnesota partnered with Trossen Wright Plutowski Architects and Frana Companies to design and build Carty Heights, the first affordable senior housing building in the country to implement geothermal technology.
University United - December 15, 2008
For Carty Heights. This 50-unit housing project for low-income seniors raises the bar in every respect, from its classic Arts & Crafts design motif to its pioneering use of geothermal heating and air conditioning.
Walter & Lydia Deubener Award
Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce - May 19, 2006
Episcopal Homes won in the non-profit category for its accomplishments in the areas of growth, excellence, risk, diversity and innovation.
University United - December 19, 2005
For Cornelia House and adjoining Coventry Chapel. This award recognizes architectural and programmatic success that has greatly influenced public perception of the Central Corridor and subsequent residential development.
National Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies - April 4, 2003
For Seabury. This national award recognizes Seabury for innovation, replicability, affordability, serving the needs of a special group, and extraordinary benefit to the community.
University United - December 16, 2002
For Seabury. This award recognizes Seabury, the first new housing on University Avenue in 75 years, for its transforming effect on the Central Corridor.
University United - July 15, 2002
For Iris Park Commons and Seabury. The two projects are recognized for high quality construction, meeting neighborhood needs, and setting high standards.
2002 Business of the Year
Midway Chamber of Commerce - June 19, 2002
For Episcopal Homes for transforming University Avenue and being a leader in the business community.