Seasons Townhomes is a 50-unit, $8.9 million development built with support from the Minnesota Equity Fund, offering rental space for low-income and formerly homeless families and individuals. UnitedHealth was the first and largest investor in the fund seeing the intrinsic relationship between stable housing and health, which speaks to the relationships that have to form for change and innovation to happen. The Greater Minnesota Housing Fund was formed in 1996 by the McKnight and Blandin foundations to address an urgent need for decent affordable housing in Minnesota. In response to the opportunity to test other health-supported housing options, like micro-units, Tim Gladhill, Director of Community Development, reflects that, “Housing policies and housing choices are definitely changing at a rapid pace [in Minnesota] and I will acknowledge whatever solution we have…our zoning laws haven’t quite caught up with that yet.”