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Providing a Home for Seniors

We strive to enable the lives of seniors and overcome the challenges that stand in their way.

About our housing facility

Booth Manor at 1421 Yale Place, Minneapolis, is a 21-story senior residence with 156 one-bedroom apartments designed with the senior lifestyle in mind. This pleasant senior community offers many services and amenities on site and bus service for residents.

Freedom and Security

It's an ideal location and I'm still relatively young. I was only 62 when I moved in. I like to get out and about, but love knowing I have friends here.

One-Bedroom Apartments

The Salvation Army’s Booth Manor residence is a Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved living complex for seniors. This high-rise complex offers 156 one-bedroom apartments and common areas designed with the senior lifestyle in mind. Whether you are retired or actively working, Booth Manor is truly a residence of distinction.

On the first floor there is a library, game room, kitchen and large lounge for socializing.  Each apartment includes a living room, bedroom, private bathroom and dine-in kitchen. Coin-operated laundry facilities are located on the second, third, fourth and fifth floors.

Booth Manor is conveniently located near many churches, the civic center, bus lines, the downtown Nicollet Mall shopping area and is directly across the street from Loring Park. Visit our services and amenities page to see what’s offered on-site.

Call 612-338-6313 to schedule a tour of the residence today!


Services and Amenities

Booth Manor senior residence offers a wide range of services and amenities on-site to help seniors and their families overcome daunting obstacles. We strive to enable those in need to change their circumstances and overcome the challenges that stand in their way.

Programs and services include:

  • Monthly case management
  • Visiting nurse
  • Clothing vouchers
  • Furniture vouchers
  • Bus service for grocery shopping
  • Weekly bible study
  • Weekly devotionals
  • On-site free food distributions
  • On-site activities and gatherings
  • On-site library
  • Monthly resident association meetings 

To learn more or request help call 612-338-6314 during normal business hours or you may fill out our contact form.

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