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Cronen’s adventures in real estate: Realtor new to area has plans for hotels, developments

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Virginia Grantier for The Dickinson Press Catherine Renee Cronen says she learned something crucial from her childhood of riding and showing horses, and from having parents who won trainer and owner-of-the-year awards in Minnesota — and who still, in their late 70s, take their thoroughbreds to Canterbury Park race track and spend summers working daily in the barn. “Diligence, longevity ...

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Abling the disabled: Construction begins on new affordable housing units for people with disabilities

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By Nadya Faulx, The Dickinson Press Ground broke Friday on a housing complex in northwest Dickinson that will provide affordable living options for clients of ABLE Inc., a non-profit that supports individuals with disabilities. The 30-unit building will offer nine units specifically for people with intellectual and physical disabilities, including one wheelchair accessible apartment, as well as market-rate apartments for the ...

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Investors want $300 million residential and retail center for Dickinson

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By Jessica Holdman, The Bismark Tribune International investors want to build a $300 million development in Dickinson. Drawn by the city’s economic and population growth, Singapore-based investment company Barons Group of Companies wants to build a 280-acre residential and retail center in 2015. Barons Vista would include a 15-story, 4-star hotel with a spa and a penthouse restaurant. The building will ...

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Williston approves more than 2,000 housing units

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April 25, 2014 10:12 pm  •  Associated Press WILLISTON, N.D. — Williston’s City Commission has approved plans for a 535-acre development that will bring 2,024 residential units to the housing-strapped city. Colorado-based LAI Design’s North Star Center residential and commercial project was approved Tuesday. The development is set to drastically increase the city’s housing stock with 1,349 apartments, 94 single-family lots and ...

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Proposed rezoning put on hold for Meyer development: Dickinson Planning and Zoning approves preliminary plat

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By Nadya Faulx on Apr 16, 2014 at 6:07 p.m. A proposed multi-unit housing development met opposition from neighbors Wednesday, despite arguments that the new homes would provide much-needed affordable housing to Dickinson. Brian Bochman of the Meyer Real Estate Group presented a petition to rezone the 15-acre plot at 10th Street East and Franklin Street to the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission, ...

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Williston homeless shelter effort deemed a success

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WILLISTON, N.D. (A.P)— The city of Williston has formally recognized a company that provided beds at its crew camp for a temporary emergency homeless shelter last winter. Officials did not disclose the location of the shelter earlier for security reasons. The effort, dubbed Project Heat, ended at the close of March, and Mayor Ward Koeser and city commissioners recently thanked ...

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Oil Patch prisoners spill into Minnesota jails

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By: Kevin Bonham CROOKSTON, Minn. – The oil boom in western North Dakota is producing a new kind of bonanza in the Red River Valley – income for regional jails. Though federal officials have tried to keep people arrested in North Dakota in North Dakota jails, even jails in neighboring Minnesota have benefited. Last fall, the Northwest Regional Corrections Center in ...

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$11M apartment building going up at Williston State College

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WILLISTON, N.D. — Construction is underway on a four-story, $11 million apartment building at Williston State College. The 84,000-square-foot building will have 74 units. Half will be dedicated to “essential service” workers and the other half will be available at market rate. College President Raymond Nadolny says the school will use of the units for student housing. The building also ...

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N.D. housing authorities to receive $2 million in HUD capital funds

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By Forum News Service WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded nearly $2 million to 15 housing authorities in North Dakota, the state’s congressional delegation announced Friday. The funds will come from HUD’s Public Housing Capital Fund to help local housing authorities expand access to safe, affordable housing for those who need it most, including the ...

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