Fort Snelling’s Upper Post—a historic army barracks, which hosted soldiers in both world wars—is now home to an affordable housing community for veterans, service members and first responders, according to a press release. The first veterans have come home to Upper Post Flats, a community of 192 modern apartment homes built on the site of Minnesota’s first national historic landmark. Dominium, the Twin Cities-based affordable housing developer charged with renovating and repurposing the site, plans to give housing preference at Upper Post Flats to America’s service members, veterans, first responders and their families in recognition of their sacrifice and the site’s history.