Two Mankato projects have received Redevelopment Grant Funds from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. State officials say the Burton Building will receive 215-thousand, 269 dollars for asbestos abatement, building demolition and public infrastructure improvements. DEED representatives says the plan is to redevelop the site into a six-story, 27-unit condominium building, a six-story, 88-unit apartment building and a 2200 square feet of commercial space. State officials say the Landmark Apartments will receive 246-thousand, five hundred dollars for asbestos abatement, public infrastructure improvements and geotechnical soil correction. The plan is to renovate the building into a four-story, 33-unit apartment building with 3500 square feet of event space and 5500 square feet of commercial space.