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National Attention May Influence Williston Growth

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By Mary Gagliardi Just last week an article was released that announced Williston as the city with the highest rent prices in the nation. While many were shocked, the Williston Economic Development department was not. They hope the national media coverage will draw attention to the situation and in turn, help prepare those who move to Williston to pursue the ...

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Housing Fair provides Answers to Questions in Williston

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By: Larry Griffin At the first Williston Housing Fair on Thursday, real estate companies and potential buyers came together to try and solve some of Williston’s housing problems by letting people know the options available to them in the area. The event at the Grand Williston Hotel featured businesses from all over Williston with booths displaying what is available to rent ...

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Housing demand high despite high building rates

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By Jessica Holdman Despite the building of more than 3,000 apartment units over the last three years in Williston, a movement away from man camps and more families coming to the area are keeping demand high. In 2011, 25 multi-family building permits were issued for a total of 1,017 units in Williston. The value of those units totaled $124,090,369. The following ...

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