Roers files building permit application for Fargo townhome project

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) –  Jim Roers, President of Roers Building and Advancement, has submitted an software for a making allow to make 7 townhomes on the block close to the St. Paul Newman Heart Church and the Perspective Residences at 12th Avenue North and College Drive. It’s the most current move in the ongoing controversy in excess of the Fargo townhome development issue amongst the city and the builder.

Roers said in a statement that his business is prepared to crack ground as quickly as the developing allow is accepted and anticipates the townhomes will be all set for occupancy by the finish of this year.

According to Roers, the townhome job is the ultimate phase of a multi-year job at the web-site and is the previous $2 million of the $50 million project.

Past week, pursuing a closed-doorway meeting, the town fee voted to mail a see to Roers company that it was in default of the developer’s settlement to develop the townhomes that were being intended to have been completed by the conclude of December of 2021. The metropolis claimed Roers would have 60 times to appropriate the default.

Roers claimed the development hold off was the final result of supply chain challenges, development delays, and price boosts ensuing from the COVID pandemic. “We have discovered a answer to be certain these units keep on being reasonably priced for family members and we are ready to construct them in an expeditious manner,” he said.

Roers instructed KFGO Information before that the motion taken by the metropolis was political as his daughter, Shannon Roers Jones is a Fargo mayoral prospect. She is typical counsel for the Roers organization.

At the May 2nd metropolis commission assembly, Metropolis Commissioner Dave Piepkorn identified as Jim Roers a liar who never prepared to create the townhomes.