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City officials said the project will benefit the downtown area; they also warn that the city's funding liability is greater because the city will own the $20 million dollar parking structure.
There's plenty of potential for projects in the old city core, but city planners and developers are also focusing on building more housing along the riverfront in the next couple years.
The Cass County Commission unanimously voted on Monday, Nov. 7, to not participate in the nearly $1.4 million dollar Tax Increment Financing (TIF) agreement that the City of Fargo has entered into
Fargo City Commissioners like the project, saying it could spur development on downtown's south side, but they want financing solidified.
The 76-year-old theatre company has joined with project partners Kilbourne Group, Global Development and the city in the plan to turn two parking lots into a mixed-use building and a 500-stall
The Landing at 1001 NP is Kilbourne Group's latest addition to the old city center, offering 154 apartments and townhomes - and plenty of room for a restaurant.

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The Kesler is the second of three Kilbourne Group projects coming online this year. It will also be home to the Bottle Barn Off Broadway liquor store.
The business now has more than 6,000 games for players of every stripe. “We think it will transform our business, being front and center on Broadway,” co-owner Cassidy Schnase says.
Owner Troy Thomson said with its modern kitchen equipment and furnishings, 117 Broadway N. would be a turnkey operation for restaurateurs.

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