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Cape At Savona Still on Track

The Cape at Savona Point in Florida is still moving forward with construction. We visited with Matt Nygard, Project Manager with Roers Development, to get an update on the project during this unique time.

How is leasing currently being done?

All leasing is being conducted virtually.  When we receive leads, we respond to each lead with a phone call to identify specific needs and wants. Then we email them a digital brochure and schedule a time for a virtual tour. We can provide a Facetime tour if the prospect has capability or videos delivered via email. 

What safety precautions are being done at the construction site?

CDC guidelines are being followed at the site. In addition, there are multiple hand washing stations and facilities are being thoroughly cleaned multiple times a day. All trades are required to wear masks and rubber gloves 100% of the time while on site.  Anyone working together must stay 6 feet apart at all times.   

Have the construction completion dates been adjusted?

We are still on track for our original target date for move in by May 1, 2020. The Clubhouse and Building One are the first two buildings that will be completed.

For more information about Cape at Savona Point or to contact us for a virtual tour, please visit



Trying to Stay Calm During Covid-19

During the Covid-19 we realize that all our community is facing uncertainty and stress. At Roers we are working hard to help create calmness with facts and resources that can help employees, subcontractors, property owners, residents, and the community as a whole.

This visual that has been shared out in social media is a great visual for us as a community to use during this time. Encouraging yourself and others to move out of the Fear Zone and into the Growth Zone. Each day is a new day to bring positivity and gratitude into this very stressful situation.

Please don’t forget if you are a current resident with Roers we also have a Roers Covid-19 Page set up for you. Please check back frequently for updates and read the Q&A section:

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Creating Virtual Fun for Residents

Engaging with our residents has a different look these days. With the self distance guidelines in place, we have come up with different events and activities to still be able to interact with residents and create some fun right from home.

Whether you need a study break or a break from your work day, we invite residents and anyone to take part. Below are some events coming up on Facebook lives”

4/7/20 at 4 pm – Fargo-Moorhead Trivia

4/9/20 at 1 pm – Blindfolded Drawing Game

4/13/20 at 1 pm – Hangman

4/16/20 at 4 pm – Celebrity Trivia

4/21/20 at 4 pm – Travel Trivia

4/23/20 at 11 am – Scattergories

 Follow us on our RPMR Facebook page for more for more fun!


Roers Receives Community Engagement Award

The Roers and Keller Williams Teams were recently honored with the Community Engagement Award from the United Way of Cass Clay.

“We celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Chili Feed this year. It was by far the most successful event we’ve had to date with attendees, money raised, and fun, commented Katelyn Czichotzki, Chili Feed Chair.

The entire Roers Team + the Annual Roers/Keller Williams Chili Feed Committee wants to say THANK YOU! We are so honored to have won the LIVE UNITED Community Engagement award.

Mark your calendars for the upcoming Chili Feed on September 29, 2020. Watch for details shared on


Meet Mark Frosaker

Roers is proud to announce and welcome Mark Frosaker as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer.  Frosaker will be responsible for the leadership of the company’s overall finances. Through his years of industry experience, his expertise has led to planning financial strategies, performing effective risk management and developing vendor relationships, all of which he will lead at Roers.

Prior to joining Roers, Frosaker worked at Gladen Construction and Mastec North America, both in northern Minnesota. Originally from Badger, MN, Frosaker attended Concordia College, Moorhead, MN.

Frosaker was extremely involved in the Bemidji, MN, community on various boards and volunteer organizations. He and his wife will be relocating to Fargo For more information about Mark, please visit the Meet Our Team page. 


Stay Home. Stay Safe.

As we learn more and navigate through the uncertainties of the COVID-19 virus, the Roers Residential Property Management team wants our residents and all other community members to know we are in this together. With everyone practicing self-distancing, your daily lives and routines are much different. Here are a few ideas we wanted to share for ways to help get through the day:

Tips for staying healthy

14+ Activities to Not Go Stir Crazy During Self-Distancing

Tips for working remotely when kids are home from school

Check out our web page with more resources for ideas. Also, we have provided updates for our residents on behalf of the Roers Property Management team to ensure we are keeping residents up to date with what is happening at our properties. Stay home. Stay safe. Stay healthy. We hope everyone can practice this and we will soon be able to get back to our normal routines.


Charitable Giving Committee Making an Impact in 2019

As an organization focused on building a brighter communities, Roers employees do their part to help give back. The Give and Grow Committee at Roers consists of employees who inspire the organization to engage in the community and encourage compassion for the local and regional community. The Give and Grow Committee is made up of four individual committees which bring a group of Company Events & Culture Committee, United Way Employee Campaign Committee, Philanthropic Activities and Engagement and Charitable Giving Committee.

The Charitable Giving Committee focuses on ways to make an impact for organizations or individuals which align within educational support, vocational training, people/community in need and disaster relief. Some of the organizations which Roers supported in 2019 include: Fraser, Great Plains Food Bank, TNT Kids Fitness, Plains Art Museum, Colfax Fire & Rescue, West Fargo Sheyenne Post Prom/Post Grad, Valley Christian Counseling Center, Pink It Forward, Boys & Girls Club of the Red River Valley, Fill the Dome (Metro Area Student Ambassadors), Sharehouse,  Lake Agassiz Regional Library and YWCA.

For more information about Roer’s Give and Grow committee, please visit


Roers and Bell Bank Partner in United Way Poverty Simulation

Roers and Bell Bank partnered to participate in kicking off their United Way Campaigns by having over 90 employees come together to participate and volunteer in the United Way Poverty Simulation. Roers Leader, Danielle Paulus, and her husband, Ken Paulus, Bell Bank team member, have the honor to be the 2019 United Way Campaign Chairs and are excited about helping raise over six million dollars that will go right back into our local community to help move the needle on big community goals.

Roers and Bell Bank both have core values focusing on community and partnership. When looking at ways to educate and engage both organizations, they wanted to find a way that would create value for our employees. “As this year’s United Way Campaign Chairs, we are excited to be able to bring Bell Bank and Roers together to educate everyone on some of the daily challenges members in our community face, the work the United Way is doing, and how we can all make a difference,” stated Danielle and Ken Paulus. Employees were invited to attend an experience which depicts real-life scenarios. This event puts into perspective what someone or a family in poverty goes through – it could be a neighbor, someone next to you in the grocery aisle or a family on your son’s soccer team. Julie Peterson Klein, EVP/Chief Culture Officer at Bell Bank shared, “What a great day!  I was honored to take part and have heard many positive comments in meetings at Bell.  This day definitely hit my heart and minds.”

Last year Roers employees invested over $15k of employee dollars into our employee campaign. Overall our company invested $60,000 dollars from our campaign and Annual Chili Feed. We are so thankful for those who believe in giving back to our community!

“Thank you to both your amazing teams for all of the effort, energy and excitement that you put in to coordinating the poverty simulation!  Our team at United Way enjoyed sharing the opportunity to learn more about individuals who face the financial challenges of living in poverty with your teammates.  We hope they found this time to be impactful and valuable,” commented Tiffany McShane, Community Engagement Director for United Way of Cass Clay.

To learn more about the United Way of Cass Clay and the impact they are making visit 

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Creating Partnerships is Key to Florida Project Staying on Task

The Roers Development team is extremely pleased with the progress of the Cape at Savona Point project. The construction crew is ahead of schedule! The goal is to have the first 40-plex completed in late Spring 2020. The construction process has been flawless.  The contractor understands the design build process and is excellent at value engineering. Developing strong partnerships has been key to this project running smoothly.

Matt Nygard, Project Manager with Roers Development, had this to say about working on a project over 1,900 miles away – “You realize how valuable “time”  and “trust” are.  There is no running down the street to verify something.  When I’m physically in Florida, the site walk through with the superintendent, architect, and project manager is the most important time of my month.   A beneficial strategy we have is a weekly conference call with the previously mentioned professionals.  These calls are important to keep the project moving forward.  If there are items that need a deep dive, we discuss those offline with the appropriate professional to keep the meeting moving forward.  We are learning things a long the way and with our integrated software program, our team of professionals is able to make quick decisions and keep track of them.”

Keep up to date on the progress of this project on


Roers is Constructing CI Sports New Location

CI Sport will have a new home in South Fargo in 2020. Roers is working on remodeling the interior of the former Gander Mountain building just off of I-94 and 45th Street in Fargo. CI Sport designs and markets collegiate and corporate apparel on a national level. Currently located downtown in a four-level operation at 16 Broadway, the company said it plans to increase its employees from 83 to 98 when it would opens the new location

Construction progress is underway with the goal to open in April 2020. The Roers crew recently installed metal panel and framing interior walls in the mezzanine.

For project updates, visit