Fargo Downtown Gathering Space Includes Skating, Fountains, Stage

A developer seeking approval to build a Fargo high-rise released renderings of a planned public space at the foot of the building. In essence, it’s a downtown gathering space — a concept which Minot has in the works through the $74.3 million disaster resilience funding. Of that award, approximately $6 million is allocated toward

Check out the concept in the gallery below, and get the details on how development of Fargo’s  space is unfolding in the Fargo Forum article linked here. As for Minot’s project, I reached out to the City for an update. Here’s where we’re at locally on the project:

We’re going through a process to look at each block downtown and narrow it down from there. There is a lot to look at, some historic districts, what impact Flood Control will have, and if property owners are willing to sell land. We’re close.

–Robert Davis, City of Minot Planning Director.

Here are the renderings of the Fargo’s concept.

Josh Wolsky

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