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KEVIN BARTRAM

The Fargo Planning Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the renewal plan for the nearly $15 million J Street Flats housing project on First Avenue North.
Developer Kevin Bartram's company plans to buy the building from Eventide, which offered assisted living in the complex.
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.
Rehabbing the 1915-building was challenging, but it should be able to serve a variety of events. "We tried to let the building be what it was and let the events speak for themselves,” owner Kevin Bartram said.

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