HIGH-RISE

Those living in Fargo high rise to get vouchers to help with relocation

FARGO, N.D. – People living in the Lashkowitz High Rise on 2nd Street South in Fargo will be receiving protection vouchers to assist with their relocation. The low-income housing building was approved for disposition and redevelopment in March. More than 150 vouchers will be given to tenants to support their relocation within Fargo or anywhere in the country. Fargo Housing…

Residents at Lashkowitz High Rise to Receive Tenant Protection Vouchers

FARGO, N.D.–Residents of the Lashkowitz High Rise in Fargo will be receiving Tenant Protection Vouchers to assist with their relocation. The vouchers will assist each resident find a new home anywhere within the United States. Fargo Housing was awarded more than 150 vouchers from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development after it applied for the disposition and redevelopment…

Three Groups Have Plans For Land Where Aging High-Rise Now Stands

HUD determined the high rise is not worth fixing

FARGO, ND —┬áThree groups have submitted plans for a prime piece of city-owned property at the corner of Main Avenue and 2nd Street South in Fargo. The land is on the site of the former Park East Apartments demolished to build a flood levee. Fargo Housing and Redevelopment’s plan is to replace the nearby aging, low income high-rise with a…

Block 9 Groundbreaking Set For Next Week For $117 Million Project

The 18-story high-rise Will Change The Skyline Of Downtown Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — A groundbreaking is set and prep work is starting this week on the Block 9 tower project in downtown Fargo. The groundbreaking will be held next Wednesday. McGough Construction Company says a construction perimeter will be in place on the corner of Broadway and 2nd Avenue North. The arrival of several large cranes will be moving onto…