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NDSU architecture students to share vision for downtown Moorhead

Eight NDSU architecture students have spent their spring semester designing a new future for downtown Moorhead.

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Center Avenue is the focal point of a downtown revitalization effort that will also call for renovations to the Moorhead Center Mall. David Samson / The Forum
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MOORHEAD — North Dakota State University architecture students will present their designs for revitalizing downtown Moorhead at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 12, at the Hjemkomst Center.

The free public event is called Re-Vision Moorhead.

Much of downtown Moorhead was demolished and replaced with the Moorhead Center Mall as part of a urban renewal push in the 1970s.

Eight NDSU architecture students have spent their spring semester designing a new future for downtown Moorhead.

Their vision would re-establish Center Avenue as Moorhead’s main street and the heart of a revitalized downtown.

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