The Sheyenne Senior Housing in West Fargo will include two new 4-story Senior Housing Buildings called “The Monterey” and “Brighton Place” along with Housing Authority of Cass County offices totaling 136,000 SF. The Monterey Apartments will consist of 40 one-bedroom and three two-bedroom units as well as the Housing Authority of Cass County offices. The Brighton Place will house 45 one-bedroom and three two-bedroom units. The ground level will be parking with three levels of apartments and offices above. The apartment buildings will feature many amenities, such as tuck under parking with wide spaces for vehicles needing to accommodate wheelchairs, a community room, community entertainment rooms, a beauty salon, elevators, secure entrances, and a skywalk between the buildings. Individual apartments will have many of the appliances that other units have, such as stove and refrigerator, microwave, garbage disposal, dishwasher, and air conditioning units. They will also have washer and dryer units. Between the two buildings, there will be nine handicapped accessible units – six one-bedroom and three two-bedroom. The new housing units will replace the original units built in 1966.
A ground breaking/demolish ceremony was held in November 2019. The completion date is set for the summer of 2021.
Update from December 2020: Gypcrete was poured on the 4th floor so installation of cabinets/doors/flooring is next. On the 3rd floor, insulation and sheetrock have begun. On the exterior, siding continues along Sheyenne Street and the crew is working toward the East.
Watch a time lapse video of the progress of Sheyenne Senior Living project.