Roers Closes Sale of U32 and T Loft Apartments

U32 Ph 1 & 2 exterior

Roers recently announced it has closed on the sale of U32 Apartments and T Loft Apartments in Fargo, ND.

In 2005, Roers brought the concept of premier private student housing to North Dakota State University and has become the leader of off-campus student housing with top notch amenities, security, and all-inclusive rent payments. Between T Lofts and U32 Apartments these projects have provided 414 units of premier housing to the North Fargo community. The Roers team developed, constructed, and managed T Lofts and U32 Apartments. During this time, the team served thousands of residents with a premier living experience and had the opportunity to be a resource for college students to have a great living experience right next to campus.  “With the recent success of leasing our buildings with over 95% occupancy rates, we were aware these properties were in optimal position to sell, especially with the current low interest rate environment, commented Danielle Paulus, Roers Chief Operating Officer.

HB Ledges Management, based in Arizona, has taken over ownership and property management of both properties. HB Ledges has experience in student housing and is excited to invest in North Dakota. The Roers team will continue to be a resource for the new owners as consultants during the first year.

“We are excited to be investing in the Fargo market and look forward to continuing the premier experience Roers provided at the buildings,” said Howard Berger, Managing Director for HB Ledges.

T Lofts is located across from the NDSU campus just off 12th Avenue. Built in 2012, the property has 181 units and is equipped with amenities perfect for students to enjoy from fitness rooms, study rooms, lounge with billiards, and underground parking. All amenities plus air, heat, internet, and cable are all included in one bill for added convenience. Students transitioning from on-campus living find T Lofts an excellent option as it is within walking distance to campus and many other local attractions in North Fargo.

U32 Apartments  was built in 2017 and has 233 units. U32 is known as Fargo’s first amenity-rich, lifestyle-driven, all-inclusive living experience. Some of the sought after amenities include state-of-art fitness center, outdoor courtyard with basketball court, beach volleyball court, patio grill, and fire pit areas, indoor swimming pool and hot tub, sauna, racquetball court/yoga studio, community lounge, study rooms, underground parking and more. U32 is located at 1151 32nd Ave N in Fargo.

Jim Roers, CEO of Roers, is excited as he looks forward to the next development. “This is a wonderful opportunity for Roers to take this success and invest back in the community with future projects. We have excellent opportunities for additional projects near campus and throughout this community and we are already working behind the scenes to determine our next steps,” Roers commented.

Roers currently manages properties for outside owners as well as owns and leases various properties including apartment complexes, several townhomes and single-family homes throughout the Fargo-Moorhead and Dickinson communities. 

For more details on Roers including development, construction, property management or real estate, please visit

The View On University Apartments “The Court”: Do all the Things.

By: Christen Anderson 

We are getting so close to opening the building and everyone is working so hard to get it ready for our new residents. Outside you will see lots of activity to continue to go on as the northside of the development including The St Paul Newman Center Catholic Church will continue construction into 2022.  

One of our main goals with this property is to create common spaces that fit your lifestyle. We heard you loud and clear when you said fitness was one of your most desired spaces. Our fitness area will have a space for you to decompress and take time for yourself. Let me share a little more…..  


What has 6,000 tennis balls and a neon sign? That’s right, it’s The Court at The View On University. And it’s the coolest place to get your sweat on! Just look for 6,000 tennis balls and you can’t miss it. It looks like anart installationand continues to win your attention from the start of your workoutto the end. You cangaze out of the large windows or watch a game on one of the three large TVs.Oroptintothe new workout “mirror” to see what all the rage is all about. Not into cardio? Weights are lined up by mirrors to ensure perfect form. The fitness space with all its selections were carefully selected to ensure a great workout and, you got it, to support you living your best life. After your work out, clean up and head to the clubhouse for a visit with friends. 

The Court Summary 

  • Fitness Equipment Galore 
  • The Mirror Workout System 
  • Tv’s  
  • Natural Light Views 

We are thrilled with how the design has turned out in this space and cannot WAIT for you to see it. The Roers team is giving tours and if you want to learn more about what units are available or come on site for a tour or give us at 701-356-RENT. 

Next time we will be sharing one of our new amenity additions along the way…if you know any “gamers” out there keep watching for our next blog! 

Till Next Time,  

Christen Joy 

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*Roers is still in the planning phases and some selections may change.    

The View on University Apartments Study Rooms: Define your success.

By: Christen Joy

As we get closer to the construction completion of The View on University Apartments, I am getting more pumped to move into the space and share all the beautiful common spaces the property has to offer.

In 2020 we learned that you must learn to work and play at HOME, so let’s give you a sneak peek of the study rooms that can be used in endless ways. From studying for a big test, to jumping on a Zoom call with friends across the country, we have you covered.


In our building we have five study rooms that range from small to large. These spaces are designed for one person curling up with a book, hosting a group, or a Zoom call with friends to cram for an exam. They feature comfortable soft seating options or chair and table sets. You choose the space that fits you best based on your mood or the number of people you need to host. Beyond just a room with a tables and chairs, the welcoming decor will motivate and uplift your mood, bringing a smile to your face. The study rooms feature shiplap walls and wallpaper and fun irreverent artwork to make quiet time alone more comfortable, and group projects feel less like work and more like building pride in teamwork and accomplishment.


  • Large Study Rooms located on 2nd and 3rd floors
  • Medium Study Room located on 4th floor
  • Small Study Room located on 2nd, 3rd and 4th
  • Relaxing environment
  • White boards
  • Comfy seating
  • Flexible space to do your best work.

In upcoming blogs, I will be previewing the design of our pet spa, The Bark Room. You and your pets are going to love it!

Till Next Time, 

Christen Joy

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*Roers is still in the planning phases and some selections may change.

Pulver Hall Renovation – Preserving Roosevelt’s Legacy

One of Roers current projects is the remodel of Pulver Hall in Dickinson, ND, located in the heart of Dickinson State University. When the building was originally built in 1967, it was a men’s dormitory.  For the past 30 years it has served as one of the state’s office building. The main reason for the remodel is to provide a permanent home for the University’s Theodore Roosevelt Center (TRC).  The TRC is dedicated to preserving the legacy of President Roosevelt.  Having a permanent home at Pulver Hall affords TRC the opportunity to hold meetings, like their annual Theodore Roosevelt Symposium, feature exhibits, create a home for their digital library and digitizing office, and house their research library.

History In The Making Floor by Floor

The first floor will be home to the research library and exhibit area with approximately 1,500 square feet of display area. The first floor will be decorated to reflect the historical period in which Roosevelt lived and will be based on rooms in his own past residence. This exhibit space will help to give guests a glimpse into the life of Theodore Roosevelt and his connection to and love of western North Dakota.

The second floor will house the TRC offices. The third floor offers additional meeting and classroom space for the university, as well as a recording and broadcasting studio.

Individual offices and a small apartment for visiting scholars will make up the fourth floor.  The top two floors will feature upgraded residence hall rooms for approximately 66 Dickinson State University students.

Insight on the Center

The Theodore Roosevelt Center and the digital library project require the contributions of skilled, experienced professions with the desire to preserve this exceptional history. We visited with one of these highly dedicated individuals about the vision of this project. Clay Jenkins, a Theodore Roosevelt Humanities Scholar, is helping shape the direction of this project. He provided some insight on the project and the hopes for the future.

Q – When the museum opens, what can visitors expect?

The first exhibit will feature original prints from the Edward S. Curtis Collection. Roosevelt praised Curtis on his photographs as he said they were the beginning to assimilate into broader culture of the US. 

Q – What are some unique features this project will entail?

We are working on recreating the reading room from Roosevelt’s home at Sagamore Hill. The heavy masculine feeling of the room will be filled with leather, statues and animal trophies. The fireplace will help tie in the spirit and aesthetics from Roosevelt’s room.

Q – When is the opening date for museum?

We are hoping for August 2021. The main goad is for the museum to be built in confidence, we want it to be done right and to truly reflect Roosevelt’s life.

Q – About how many employees will be working at the digital library?

There will be two full time staff members. Once the museum is open, they hope to have interns join the team.

Q – What is one thing you hope guests will enjoy and remember when they visit?

When visitors walk in, we want them to notice every aspect of Theodore Roosevelt life. With the plans that we have in place for truly exquisite replicas of Theodore’s reading room, fireplace, and other plans for renditions of his cabin, we hope to have visitors come through the doors and feel wowed.

Jenkins, commented the project has been going smoothly, “Working with the Roers team and JLG, the architects on the project, has been an amazingly satisfying partnership.”

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The View On University Apartments The Three Seasons & Rooftop: Life is short. Enjoy the view.

By: Christen Joy 

Today with the warmer weather in the air, I am excited to share some of our outdoor spaces at The View on University I know the Roers team is counting down the days till they can have residents and friends enjoy these awesome amenities 


Whether there’s the first sign of green grass poking through melted snow or the first snowflake in the air – The Three Seasons is where you’ll enjoy the outdoors from spring into late fall. With a cozy double-sided fireplace and several heaters to keep you warm, you’ll find seating options for just about every wish from gathering friends to quiet alone time. There’s no better place to cozy up with your morning coffee or to enjoy a sunset before heading to dinner. Stay in for any event and watch the indoor/outdoor TV with plenty of space to invite friends over.  

Head over to The Rooftop  – an area for unobstructed views with a clear glass railing system — and no roof. This is the spot to prep your delicious burgers and throw them on the grill. Your friends can sit, sip, and talk with you while you grill at the large island in the outdoor kitchen.  

You can enjoy the burgers at the bar top or grab another spot depending on whether you want views of what’s happening around campus or more comfy seating to chill. Either way – The View On University has it! In the mood for a game? Challenge friends to a game of bags — it’s just one of many to choose from.  

The Three Season and The Rooftop give you the space to live large! Expansive yet secluded with mature shade trees, singing birds and warm summer breezes make both the perfect spots for an afternoon nap or place to relax or catch some rays. These comfort retreats are sure to be another favorite that The View On University has in its amazing list of amenities to enjoy. 


  • Located on the 5th floor adjacent to the Three Seasons room 
  • Grill 
  • Multiple table and chairs 
  • Gaming area/Bean bags 
  • Exceptional view 


  • Located on the 5th Floor between The Clubhouse and The Rooftop  
  • Available spring through late fall 
  • Fireplace 
  • Multiple areas to sit with groups or to relax alone 

I hope you enjoyed these awesome “views” and look forward to sharing our next common spaces The Study Rooms in the next blog.  

Till Next Time,   

Christen Joy  

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*Roers is still in the planning phases and some selections may change.  

Homes For Heroes Program at Roers

Have you heard of our Homes for Heroes program? Homes for Heroes is a special program designated to provide our local heroes a benefit when they purchase a home.

This program is for Firefighters/EMS, Law Enforcement, Military (active, reserves and veterans), Healthcare Professionals and Teachers. On average, heroes are able to save over $2,400 when they buy, sell or refinance a home using this program. Roers Real Estate is happy to offer this incredible program.

Whether buying or selling,  those who qualify will have the chance to receive a Hero Rewards Check (amount varies, depending on purchase price). Once this check has been received, the recipient is welcome to use it toward whatever you would like. 

Want to hear the best part about Homes for Heroes? Every time a hero uses this program, they help other heroes in need. A portion of Homes for Heroes earnings is donated to the Homes for Heroes Foundation. This is a non-profit organization which awards Hero Grants to local nonprofit charities serving heroes in need.

“Buying a home is a big deal and you should make sure you have an agent who is going to work for you and understand your wants and needs,” commented Anne Kallhoff, Realtor with Roers Real Estate.  “Homes for Heroes is a great program Roers is able to take part in and help our Heroes through the buying and selling process but also helping them save money.”

If you are interested in this program or have real estate questions, please contact Anne Kallhoff

Celebrating Administrative Professionals Day at Roers

We are thrilled to celebrate Administrative Professionals Day on April 21, 2021. This is a day that we recognize special employees in various departments at Roers. We  want them to know we appreciate them the other 364 days of the year as well. We are excited to share some details about each of them, what others at Roers enjoy and appreciate about them and how they live our core values. Enjoy getting to know the Administrative Professionals at Roers!

Lisa Aman  

Lisa has been with Roers over eight years in multiple service roles, but most currently focused on overseeing payroll and helping in our Human Resources department. Lisa is a go to person for employees with questions, and she always takes time to help answer and help! We are so thankful for Lisa’s detail and service to the team! 

  • What’s your favorite sweet treat? Ice Cream (Cold Stone preferably) 
  • If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go? No specific place, just somewhere to relax, enjoy and sightsee. 
  • What’s your favorite thing about working at Roers? There are many, one is not more important than the other as they all play an important role.  Relationships with Coworkers that are built, the learning experiences and insight to better myself in my position, support from peers, flexibility. I could go on but think this is a good start 

What others at Roers say about Lisa Aman:  

In one word describe Lisa:  Dedicated

What Core Value do you see Lisa use daily:  Partnership 

Why we love having Lisa at Roers:  She is thorough in her work, willing to help others and  creates a friendly environment with her sense of humor.  

Jeanne Warner   

Jeanne has been with Roers over 11 years helping keep our payables and receivables in line and providing a premier service to our team each day. Jeanne gives 110% each day, and her laugh is the best! 

  • What’s your favorite sweet treat? Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Candy Bar 
  • If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go? Ireland 
  • What’s your favorite thing about working at Roers? The people 

What Others at Roers Say about Jeanne: 

In one word describe Jeanne:  Diligent.  

What Core Value do you see Jeanne use daily:  Jeanne uses many of our core values on a daily basis.  Her  willingness to keep a partnership between accounting and our property  management  team is fabulous. Each month she helps keep us hitting our goals and keeping  timely and accurate  reports.  

Why we love having Jeanne at Roers: Jean is seriously awesome. Our team has come to love and respect  her work and hopefully earn a “Golden Star” from her each month! 

Debbie Buelow

Debbie has been at Roers two years and brings her positive attitude and kind personality each  day! Debbie helps support the property management division with her detail and  administrative skills that help the team provide a premier experience to our residents, team,  and our owners. From handling maintenance reports, taking tenant payments, and supporting  Clyde and Lindsey she does it all! 

  • What’s your favorite sweet treat? Chocolate covered cake donut 
  • If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go? Australia 
  • What’s your favorite thing about working at Roers? The people, but my # 1 thing I love is that awhile back when asked what I am grateful for I said # 1 is God and it is nice to be able to express my faith. Not all companies would allow that. 

What others at Roers say about Debbie:

In one word describe Debbie:  Cheerful 

What Core Value do you see Debbie use daily:   Partnership! She is always willing to help  anyone on our team in any way to help get a job accomplished. Always willing to pitch in  and be a part of  the team! 

Why we love having Debbie at Roers: She brings a cheerful, positive energy to your day! She is  anxious  to help and willing to learn if she doesn’t know how.  Debbie is a team player and pitches in to help take  tasks off others plates. She joins in on company events and really fits the Roers culture. 

Sammi Foell 

Sammi has been with us about four years and she is the first face you see when you walk into our Fargo Office. Sammi strives to make everyone feel welcome and is always willing to help our team succeed. From being our point person for walk in traffic to answering everyone phone call with a welcoming voice…she is the best! 

  • What’s your favorite sweet treat? Mint chocolate chip dip n dots 
  • If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go? Aulani Disney Resort
  • What’s your favorite thing about working at Roers? The friendship with employees and even with the Subcontractors/visitors. Having an understanding/awesome boss. And able to come to work with a smile and enjoy my day! 

What others at Roers say about Sammi:

In one word describe Sammi:   Friendly 

What Core Value do you see Sammi use daily:  Experiences – she provides premier service to co- workers, vendors and guests 

Why we love having Sammi at Roers: She helps create a friendly workplace and does an  excellent job at assisting anyone that calls or comes into the office.   

Dee Goerger 

Dee has been with Roers over eight years and we are so thankful for her. Dee spends her days keeping our construction payables and receivables on time and any extra time she has she keeps our construction guys in line! Each day she brings her positive attitude to the office to help support our overall mission of building success each day.  

  • What’s your favorite sweet treat?  There are so many!!  I would have to say cookies, chocolate chip or sugar cookies are the bomb!!
  • If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go?  Nashville since I never made it there last for my birthday (thanks COVID) and Hawaii!!
  • What’s your favorite thing about working at Roers? the PEOPLE, they are the best!!!

What others at Roers say about Dee:

In one word describe Dee: Energetic 

What Core Value do you see Dee use daily: Expertise – Dee uses her knowledge of our  organization and the accounting function on a daily basis when interacting with coworkers,  subcontractors and suppliers. She’s truly a pivotal part of our organization. 

Why we love having Dee at Roers:  Dee is great at what she does and has fun while doing it! 

Lois Eid  

Lois has been with Roers for seven years, and each day we love having her. Lois comes in each morning bright and early to support our contract management process. Her detail and  knowledge is amazing and she is always keeping us protected from potential issues and  focused on having accurate and timely contracts and documents.  

  • What’s your favorite sweet treat? My favorite sweet treat is Dove’s dark chocolate squares. 
  • If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go? My favorite vacation spot would be a house/cabin in a warm climate with a lake for the dogs to go swimming and the humans to go paddle boarding/kayaking that is close to hiking trails.   It would need to be a bit secluded for our troops! 
  • What’s your favorite thing about working at Roers? My favorite thing about working at Roers is that I feel I make a difference in the success of each project. 

What others at Roers say about Lois Eid: 

In one word describe Lois:  Detailed 

What Core Value do you see Lois use daily: Respect & Expertise – she understands how  important her role is in protecting the  company from unnecessary legal issues.  Her attention  to detail and contract knowledge is  impeccable and she frequently brings concerns to  leadership to highlight potential problems on  contracts.  Lois is also very respectful of  people’s time and politely asks “for a minute whenever  you have time”.   

Why we love having Lois: For those that don’t know Lois very well, they might think she is just a quiet hard worker and is great at what she does….But, once you get to know her  and she is comfortable with you, she is absolutely hilarious.  Her subtle jokes and sarcasm are so  fun and make for a great work environment.  Also, I don’t know what I would do if I went a  whole week without seeing a Batman-themed folder sitting on my desk.  Her unique personality  coupled with her knowledge of the field makes it really easy to come to work everyday.  I don’t  know what we would do without Lois. 

Mataya Heisler  

Mataya joined the team in the summer of 2020. She joined the team when things were kind of crazy with Covid and some software changes but she hasn’t let that stop her. She has dug right in and keeps the payables and receivables accurate. Mataya is a team player and we are glad she is part of our team. 

  • What is your favorite sweet treat?  Dark Chocolate 
  • If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go?   Norway 
  • What’s your favorite thing about working at Roers?  The genuine, caring individuals that see you for who you are and the flexibility and warm atmosphere. 

 What others at Roers say about Mataya:  

In one word describe Mataya:    Efficient! 

What Core Value do you see Mataya use daily:   Partnership with everyone on her immediate team and with others.  She also is very respectful of others and their experience, points of view, etc.   

Why we love having Mataya at Roers:   She is friendly, fun to work with, and her ability to answer questions and figure things out is very helpful. 

Lisa Lombard

Lisa just joined the team this year and has jumped right in. Taking on the role of supporting the Dickinson office Lisa is helping build relationships with our employees, subcontractors, and our visitors out west. We are thankful for her willingness to be part of the team and we look forward to many years to come. 

  • What is your favorite sweet treat? My absolute favorite sweet treat is a German Chocolate cake with coconut/pecan frosting.  
  • If you could vacation anywhere in the world where would you go? The top of my dream vacation list is:  A family trip to Italy (Switzerland and Norway round out the top 3)   
  • What’s your favorite thing about working at Roers?  The support I’ve received from co-workers  to make me feel comfortable & confident in my new position. I am learning what I need to know  to do my job effectively and become a vital part of the Roers team.  I appreciate that so much! 

What others at Roers say about Lisa Lombard: 

In one word describe Lisa:   Caring 

What Core Value do you see Lisa use daily: Partnership 

Why we love having Lisa at Roers:  Lisa asks questions to get things right and once she knows  she will  run with it!  She is very helpful to all of us.

Happy Administrative Professionals Day from the Roers Team!

The View On University Apartments Clubhouse: Escape the Day to Day

By: Christen Joy

The View is in full construction mode, and I am here to give you a sneak peek into one of our first common spaces The Clubhouse.  


You walk into The Clubhouse on the 5th floor and are greeted by impossible to ignore large windows that feel like a big city high rise. The spectacular views are hard to beat. After the stunning views you’ll notice your surroundings when your eye is drawn to pops of intentional colors balanced with walls shiplapped to high vaulted ceiling and gorgeous hardwood-inspired floors in a perfect shade to balance any color.

The Clubhouse features a kitchen area that is home to an oversized custom island lined with comfortable stools and a brass foot rail for relaxed comfort. A cook top and an oven are ready for cooking classes or hosting friends. The beverage fridge is the perfect size to store items as you prep. The space comes to life with larger-than-life artwork that’s full of personality, joy, and laughter.

As you gaze over, you’ll see ample seating with a bench over 20’ long layered in comfortable pillows with three large tables eager for you to join. Push the tables together for a large gathering or keep them separate for personalized groups. Either way – you have space to host any event you want. Plus, your guests won’t stop raving about the views, the vibe and the warmth in this space – it’s absolutely stunning framed in beautiful dark brass. Picture perfect!

Of course, you don’t need to entertain to enjoy this space. You can flop down on the large sectional or cozy swivels. The TV is there to watch and the double-sided fireplace is ready to be lit. The cherry on top in this space? I can’t decide if it’s the stair-stepped custom fireplace surround or the 48” chandelier 

Be warned however, someone may challenge you to a game if you sit too close to the wall-mounted scrabble board. The 5-foot wide by 4-foot-tall board could have you itching to school your friends with your mad spelling bee skills. Not your thing? Head to the shuffleboard or ping pong table. You’re sure to find a way to connect with your community at The View On University.


  • Located on the 5th Floor adjacent to The Three Seasons
  • Open year-round
  • Fireplace
  • Pool table
  • Multiple areas to sit with groups or to relax alone

We hope you enjoyed seeing the look and feel of The Clubhouse and all it will offer for residents at The View On University. In my next post, we will be previewing the common spaces of The Rooftop.

Till Next Time, 

Christen Joy

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*Roers is still in the planning phases and some selections may change.

Checking in on the Sheyenne Senior Housing Project

The Sheyenne Senior Housing project in West Fargo, ND, is making a great addition of needed senior housing in Cass County. We visited with both Dalton Olson, Roers Project Manager, and Derek Johnson, Deputy Director of Housing Authority of Cass County to get the latest scoop on how the project is coming along. The project is on track to open in June of 2021.

Here are some updates from Dalton:

Q – How many units per phase?

A – Two Buildings Monterey and Brighton Place. Monterey has 40 and Brighton has 45.

Q – What is a highlight so far on this project?

A – A highlight of working on this project has been seeing how exciting the owners and developers are when walking through the buildings, Each other week we have a walk through where they are expressing how excited they are to have this be their new home.

Q – What kind of amenities will a resident receive while living here?

A – Some amenities will be: heated ground level parking, two Community rooms, two elevators, wellness and exercise room.

Next, we met up with Derek to provide perspective from the Housing Authority of Cass County:

Q – Some of the common areas are the community room and the community entertainment room. How do you go about keeping the seniors safe (COVID-19) in those areas?

A – We are constantly monitoring a variety of local, state, and federal guidelines regarding COVID-19 and will make decisions about use of these common areas based on guidelines at that time. We have a number of gathering areas throughout the building that are well-ventilated and allow for social distancing.

Q – What will this project mean for housing for seniors?

A – For seniors living primarily on Social Security, the financial impact will be immense. Residents will pay 30% of their adjusted gross income in rent, and the remainder is subsidized by the Housing Authority through the Section 8 program.

Q – Can you talk about the partnership thus far with Roers and the Housing Authority of Cass County?

A – Roers has been great to work with through the process. The management team is responsive to our inquiries and provides great updates and communication to us regarding the progress.

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The View On University – Step into the Design With Christen Joy

The Common Spaces with Christen Joy

I’m Christen Joy – interior designer of the living spaces and common areas at The View On University. It was an honor to work with the talented Roers team once again designing welcoming homes for residents where they can live and thrive for years to come. For those of you lucky enough to rent with Roers, you know the company builds comfortable housing with elevated design elements that reflect your lifestyle! Let’s step into the beautiful new “View” and I will give you a sneak peek of the common areas opening this coming year.

The North Star

To start, I like to create something I call my “North Star,” something to which everything aligns in the common areas. This helps focus how the spaces should feel, and which specific amenities they should include. In short – for people at The View On University to live their best lives, the spaces should be designed around how people live today.

These decisions start with lifestyle research and end with thoughtful design element selections. Research shows people who rent at residences, like The View On University, enjoy community and want a lifestyle anchored in connection, including spaces to engage with the people that surround them.

The Mood Boards

Residents will find comfortable boutique spaces that are light, inviting and spark happiness. Modern neutrals with simple and sculptural lines provide effortless style, while cohesive finishes create a sense of comfort. Pops of vibrant colors direct the eye to beautiful views. And no matter where you are in the space, it feels expansive and comfortable, inviting you to feel connected with family and friends and live your best life. All of this style layered in a look and feel that’s whimsical, comfortable, inviting, and my personal favorite — polite, never boring. In fact, I’d call it downright charming.


I can truly say The View On University has been a treat to design. With the Roers team supporting the creation of spaces truly perfect for their residents, it makes my job a joy, integrating selections that reflect the quality and craftsmanship of the team.

I hope you enjoyed learning about the look and feel of The View On University and I hope you are lucky enough to find yourself calling this place home! If you are, let me be the first to welcome you to the start of your best life! Cheers!

In upcoming posts we will be sharing about the common spaces such as The Club House, The Court Fitness, The Bark Club Pet Spa, and more! Come back and learn more.

Till Next Time,

Christen Joy

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*Roers is still in the planning phases and some selections may change.

Apartment Passport Tour to Award $5,000 Scholarship

Win a $5,000 Scholarship to NDSU!

Recently North Dakota State University Bison Sports Properties and Learfield/IMG College named Roers as the Official Housing Sponsor for North Dakota State University (NDSU) Athletics. Roers has offered premier housing for NDSU students, staff, and faculty for more than 20 years. Roers offers a variety of housing options from apartments, townhomes, multiplexes and single-family homes. 

To kick off the partnership, Roers is excited to sponsor the Apartment Passport Tour to give away a $5,000 scholarship to one lucky student! To qualify for the scholarship drawing, students must tour the specified Roers properties near campus. Tours can be taken in person or virtually. Once all the tours are completed, the passport should be submitted to Roers Property Management’s Instagram page at @RPMFargo. Its that simple! To receive a passport to get started on the tours, please visit the online form  with more details.

The list of properties and times available for brief tours are available below. Those who wish to participate can stop by during these times, no appointment is needed. If these do not work, individual times can be set up with a Property Ambassador by contacting

Property Tours

T Lofts & Townhomes 

Wednesdays: 1 – 3 pm  

Wednesdays: 6 – 8 pm  

U32 Apartments:  

Mondays: 10 am – 12 pm   

Mondays: 4- 6 pm  

SGC Apartments:  

Mondays: 4 – 6 pm 

Wednesdays: 10 am – 12 pm 

The View On University:  (virtual tours only) 

Tuesdays: 1 – 5pm  

Thursdays:  1 – 5 pm  

“We are so excited to provide this great opportunity to a lucky NDSU student. We look forward to meeting many people when they come to tour our properties and see all of the great amenities available right by campus. commented  Madison Maides, Roers Property Management General Manager.

Renting with Roers has so many benefits, including the proximity to campus, social events, loyalty program with local businesses and the lifestyle inclusions are unending. Residents can choose from a variety of all-inclusive amenities such as – fitness centers, yoga studio, indoor swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, private or group study rooms, game rooms, lounges, dog spa, outdoor patios, fire pits or fireplaces and so much more. 

Contact a Property Ambassador with Roers for more information.

Bremer Bank Remodel Focuses on Community

Bremer Bank on 45th Street in Fargo recently underwent a major makeover. Roers is proud to have completed the construction on this very modern looking customer focused financial institution. One of the main goals for this building was to not just modernize the facility but to implement new design concepts to help better serve the Fargo community. This new remodel includes three openings cut-in the second floor with a beautiful glass railing and a self-supporting staircase. allowing the building to look more modern and open.

We visited with both Josh Meyer, Vice President-Facilities Manager for Bremer and Tyler Miller, Roers Project Manager, to get some insights on this the goals of this project.

Keeping Customers Happy

Here’s some information from Josh from Bremer:

Q – With changes in banking over the years with online, etc. how will this remodel help connect you to customers and in-branch traffic?

A – Digital adoption continues to be a major force in financial services, which we are investing in. In addition to digital tools, we still view our physical locations as a key component in serving our customers and communities. This remodel created spaces for all different types of interactions and adds spaces we can offer to organizations in our community.

Q – What are some key highlights from Bremer’s standpoint during the construction phase?

A – The bank remained open to serve customers throughout the entire project, this was key as this location completes a high volume of transactions. We also opened large bays between the floors to connect visually and with a very prominent staircase at the center of the bank.

Partnership Formed Even During Covid

Next, Tyler from Roers talks about the project from the construction side. Even though the majority of the project took place during Covid, Bremer and Roers were able to stay on task.

Q – How did Covid change the project – timeline, floor plans, and other areas?

A – Covid did not have as huge of impact on this project as it may have affected other projects. With that being said, we still had some of our materials, (mainly our cabinetry) that had delays due to their plants getting hit with some cases of the virus. Overall, we were very thankful to keep the project on track with slight Covid related issues.

Q – Were there extra security precautions taken on this project due it being a financial institution?

A – Yes, extra security was taken. With the bank staying in operation, their security system was running throughout the project. If we were going to be working early/late we had to schedule that with Bremer to make sure they had their security system set to the correct setting. Bremer always had to be aware when us or any of our subcontractors were going to be on-site.

We invite you to check out the project in person at Bremer on 45th Street.  For more detail on this project and other Roers projects please visit our Project page online.