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REAL ESTATE

Check out the building permits recently filed in Moorhead and Fargo.
Check out the building permits recently filed in Fargo, Moorhead and Dilworth
Check out the building permits recently filed in Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo
Check out the building permits recently filed in Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo

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The 17-room boutique hotel will remain open throughout the purchase process. Owners hope to take possession in May and make changes needed for the Blarney Stone concept.
InForum columnist Mike Hulett invites developers to consider their options on the eastern side of the Red River.
Beyond Shelter plans to build 88 units of low-income senior housing on the west side of the site, while Enclave's plans include six buildings for retail and commercial businesses.
Roers CEO Jim Roers, McKenzy Braaten of EPIC Companies and Mike Allmendinger of Kilbourne Group discussed the long-term future of development in the metro area, upcoming projects and possibilities for a new convention center.
The Crossroads will offer lots ranging in size from 0.7 acres to more than 10 acres. The site is one of the last stretches along either of the Fargo-Moorhead area's interstates that has yet to be developed.
In 2021, Moorhead reported $194 million in building investments. While that figure includes several one-time projects and will be difficult to top, 2022 will still bring several new real estate developments to the city.

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"The bottom line is there are a select few in this city profiting greatly off the complacency of our city and City Commission because of these incentives," writes Fargo resident Erik Walker.
The family dispute pitted Roers Management of Fargo and Roers Cos. in Minnetonka, Minnesota, against each other.
One hundred acres where the Finland Air Force Station used to operate is for sale for $800,000. The property, which still has some existing military housing from the 1960s, is a Superfund site.

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