Episcopal Homes of Minnesota Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Episcopal Homes of Minnesota's estimated annual revenue is currently $42.8M per year.(i)
  • Episcopal Homes of Minnesota's estimated revenue per employee is $297,000

Employee Data

  • Episcopal Homes of Minnesota has 144 Employees.(i)
  • Episcopal Homes of Minnesota grew their employee count by 0% last year.
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Episcopal Homes of Minnesota offers a continuum of living options and affordability, and we've been welcoming people from all walks of life for 117 years. But it's not what we do that sets us apart. It's the spirit with which our people do it. Come feel the difference that this spirit makes for our residents and their families! We're within 15 minutes of downtown Minneapolis or Saint Paul. While most recent senior housing developments have been built in the suburbs, our home campus is located in the heart of Saint Paul's Midway, just minutes from all the in-town people and places that you hold dear. Light Rail Construction Update: Traffic is once again flowing as smoothly as it ever has on University Avenue! Click below for a two-page map that shows the fastest ways to get to our campus. Page 1 is for people approaching us from Westbound I-94. Page 2 is for people approaching us from Eastbound I-94. When completed, there will be Light Rail stops at Fairview (right in front of our campus), Lexington (by Carty Heights) and Dale (by Kings Crossing Apartments at Frogtown Square).



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