Additional homes soon will be going up in north Minot in what is slated to become the city's first master-planned community.
The $400 million Northern Lights Development will provide more than 3,000 residential units once built out, which is expected to take four or five years. The first of the homes will be available in November. A master-planned community is a community within a community.
Northern Lights will offer residential, retail and office developments, a school and park. Erik Ramstad School is being constructed in what will be the middle of the 323-acre project located between 31st and 36th avenues northwest and between Broadway and the U.S. Highway 83 Bypass.Go to the linked story; there is a lot more about this company. It has a project in Williston and is planning projects for Fargo, Jamestown, and Bismarck-Mandan.
I thought I had posted this story/this link earlier, but I can't find it. But it's a big enough story to merit posting again, if that's the case. But 3,000 residential units over four to five years.