Inadequate housing has been found to impact the health of immigrants (Fennelly, 2007). Many immigrant families tend to have a larger number of people than the typical American family and as a result, their access to rental apartment housing that can accommodate large families with four or more children is limited. The city of Hopkins is exploring ways by which housing can adapt to the changing demographics, as 20% of the city’s population now includes Blacks or African Americans, many of whom are Somalis with large families. Although developing 4-bedroom rental units was not possible in the PPL Oxford Village Project, this experience served as a lesson for how the market-driven development of housing in the US can be more responsive to the needs of the end-users. Units with three bedrooms and two bathrooms can be flexible and adjustable to diverse ways of living.