Some southeast Minot residents are objecting to a proposed apartment complex near their neighborhood.
The undeveloped area is zoned for multifamily housing. But neighbors said the seven, 36-unit apartment buildings planned by Dakota Commercial and Development Co. of Grand Forks could be an eyesore and could increase traffic to dangerous levels.
Whether purchasing or renting, finding a place to live in Jamestown is becoming an increasingly difficult task as many potential properties are filled up.
Rosalie Wibstad, a realtor with Century 21 Heritage Realty, said the inventory numbers are down but sales have been strong.
A new upscale apartment complex featuring independent as well as assisted-living units is being built near Garden Hills in northeast Jamestown.
Unlike Garden Hills, Prairie Hills will be rented at market rates, said Marvin Brown, a Montana-based developer, meaning rents will be akin to similar apartment units in town. Brown was also the developer on the moderate-income-based apartment complex Garden Hills. He said Prairie Hills will be more comparable to the Meadows.
A developer says he needs more time to line up financing for a 72-apartment complex in Williston.
George Gaukler of Valley City plans to build on about six acres in the former Williston Cimmarron Trailer Park.
The owner of two apartment buildings that burned to the ground in West Fargo says the loss might total as much as $3 million.
Lowell Regstad says he plans to rebuild.
August 11, 2008
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