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All of the projects presented so far include housing, whether apartments or condos. One plan includes an upsale hotel, while others include retail and commercial space.
Hundreds of apartments and condominiums have been built in the neighboring downtowns in the last few years, with hundreds more planned to come online in 2022, officials say.
The popular restaurant is nearing the finish line on a quick move north across the Gateway Center parking lot into the Gateway North building at 310 Main Ave.
The $31 million, seven-story building will include a mix of commercial and office space, condominiums, and underground and main floor parking.

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WEST FARGO — Downtown West Fargo may one day soon get its own skyline if a project under consideration for the 400 block of Sheyenne Street North moves forward with the inclusion of an eight-story building.
FARGO — EPIC Companies has announced its plans to start construction next year on a $12 million mixed-use building in the Gateway Center strip mall along the busy Main Avenue corridor in downtown Fargo.
MOORHEAD - Chris Volkers is all in on Moorhead’s downtown.
WILLMAR, Minn. - A Nebraska-based company said Thursday morning, Dec. 29, that its president, Daryl Ingalsbe, of Spicer, and Deb Solsrud of New London, were killed Tuesday in a plane crash near Inglasbe's second home in Florida.In a statement, In...
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I could look at this a long, long time. What an epic view! This stunning animation was made using photos taken by the EPIC camera aboard NASA's Deep Space...

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The city of Fargo is no longer contracting with Epic Solutions, the company over which former Public Works Director Al Weigel was fired for circumventing city purchasing policy.
The head of a company entangled in the firing of former Fargo Public Works Director Al Weigel is calling on city leaders to retract what he claims were false statements made about the company.

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