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Minneapolis, MN

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Helping to build communities and support evolving housing needs is work we take pride in at McGough. We work with developers, schools, senior care providers and non-profits to build quality multi-family and multi-unit housing provides living accommodations to multiple groups through various product types.

McGough Builds:

  • Apartments + Townhomes
  • Condominiums
  • Student Housing
  • Senior Living
  • Assisted Living

Residential Projects From Efficiency to Luxury

Multi-unit housing can take many forms and requires a wide range of construction skills and development insights. Our projects range from stick-built to high-rise, ground up to historical renovations, dormitories to high-end condominiums.

As strategic partners, we can help evaluate your project’s feasibility early in the process and help right size the number of units to maximize your site and real estate proforma. Our collaborative approach throughout the process and attention to quality craftsmanship will help your project stand out.

We’re able to leverage our healthcare expertise on the preconstruction and build of senior and assisted living projects. This knowledge helps us provide valuable insight and understanding in the features and needs of caretakers and residents.

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Expert Advisors and Partners

We have offices in several cities to serve the surrounding areas. We also have traveling construction teams that can build your project anywhere coast to coast.

Joy Jayaram
Vice President, Design and Construction
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Anthony Finley
Project Executive, Multifamily
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Expertise You Need:

  • New or Renovation
  • In-House MEP Expertise
  • Mixed-Use Buildings
  • Tax Exempt Experience


  • Reflections at Bloomington Central Station
  • American Trio Lofts
  • Mears Park Apartments
  • John Vianney Seminary
  • CentraCare Health Melrose Parkview Center
  • Oak Meadows Senior Living
  • Global Student Housing  – Texas A&M

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