Monday, December 31, 2012

1640 - 42 W Fargo Five Years Later. (One Reason Why Rogers Park Had Great 2012)

2007 from Fargo Observer
December 2012 Chevanston.






















                   

                       
                 
               Fargo Woman comments back in 2007 on the blog Fargo Observer "1640-42 W. Fargo: Tracking number 0701061791 This building has been vacant for over two years. ....... This building also has easily accessible front balconies with widows and doors in each of them. In addition to the overgrown foliage, the sidewalk is broken and pitted. I took a nasty fall there just two or three weeks ago. I'm OK, praise God, but someone else might not be so blessed.."

        Fast Forward to 2012 and the building has new owners (Pritzker?) and is being managed by his management company (Rogers Park Vintage Management) and has been completely fixed up this past summer. It indeed was a failed condo conversion that sat empty from 2008 until this year. The back has a brand new porch and people are just now living here. Yes Rogers Park has had a very good 2012 and this is just one specific example of how and why. Keep Voting!

2 comments:

Terrence Flendersen said...
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Philip McGregor Rogers said...

Terrence Flendersen said...
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Thanks Terrence, but in the future please don't put links at the end of your post that are unrelated, like "electrical contractors". Because then we are afraid of where they might lead. Also your post was too generic, anything specific to say? That could've been posted on any blog in existence.

In general these generic blog spam posts are always put on older blog posts and the link is hidden at the end, because the blog admiinstrator can only see it after its posted and then checks that blog post to read the whole thing. Obviously enough people dont do that and that is why this is being done.

You have a good day Mr Terrence Flenderson.