February 29, 2012: another developer looks at South Heart as a potential site for another housing development.
City Councilman Chuck Andrus said James Perdaems of South Heart informed the council in early February that a developer offered to purchase a 78-acre tract of his land, east of St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Andrus believes the unknown developer might be interested in building housing, which he said is now a “big field.”
Andrus added that Perdaems wants to learn more about city infrastructure requirements before moving forward.
“(Perdaems) has, I believe, sold land to a developer, and they want it annexed into the city,” Andrus said Monday.
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- unspecified number of apartment complexes (complexes, not units)
- developer has purchased an 18-acre tract, east of Adamski Park
- developer has made verbal offer for an additional plot near the town's golf course
I don't know the South Heart area very well, but this link will provide some additional insight with regard to the North Dakota coal industry and South Heart.
South Heart is a city in Stark County, North Dakota in the United States. The population was 301 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Dickinson Micropolitan Statistical Area. South Heart was founded in 1908 (wiki).
South Heart is about 10 miles southwest of Dickinson as the crow flies.