“The 84-unit Elliott Place will feature one- and two-bedroom units, scores of amenities and allow Fargo’s seniors to “age in a dignified manner,” Fargo Housing and Redevelopment Authority Deputy Director Chris Brungardt said.
It’s thanks to the Fargo Housing and Redevelopment Authority’s $12.45 million Elliott Place project, which was recently issued a building permit from the city.
Construction will soon be underway at 4462 30th Ave. S., which is just a stone’s throw from the bustling intersection of 32nd Avenue and 45th Street South.
The three-story assisted-living facility will feature 84 one- and two-bedroom units, Fargo Housing’s Deputy Director Chris Brungardt told The Forum. It will be available to all residents over the age of 55 who meet certain income criteria.
It’s also why Fargo Housing has embarked on the process of deciding the fate of the Lashkowitz High Rise in downtown Fargo, a process which required moving tenants of the 247-unit building out. Units in the High Rise, which was built in 1971, lacked modern-day amenities and some were as small as 305-square-feet. Fargo Housing is currently working with Missoula, Mont.-based BlueLine Development to determine if the high rise should be renovated or demolished.”
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Evanella, Thomas. InForum 23 July 2021.