September 29, 2022


Comfortable residential structure

New residence likely up for Designer Residences, RE/MAX Legacy Realty in south Fargo

A two-tale, 21,800-sq.-foot developing at 3250 47th St. S. is prepared for completion by July or August, explained Robert Leslie, operator and president of the companies.

“We’ve developed quite a little bit from the RE/MAX side and the Designer Residences facet and so we necessary a new location that gave us the house for every person listed here,” Leslie said Wednesday, Jan. 6. “We love the site about there, since it is a definitely pleasant local community of other organizations and eating places.”

The new headquarters, just west of the hectic intersection of 45th Street and 32nd Avenue South, will make it much easier for homebuilder Designer Households to assist prospective buyers customise and visualize their done houses.

“We needed to produce a 2,500-square-foot structure selection studio, for our shoppers to be capable to see all the distinct flooring alternatives, and mild fixtures, and appliances and kitchen area cabinetry and be capable to arrive into this beautiful house and make all their alternatives for their new property. We’re also able to entertain them though they are there. So that was a large issue for us,” Leslie reported.

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“We’re undertaking a whole lot of things that are variety of a initially in our neighborhood,” Leslie stated. “We’re likely to have a 3D studio in there where by purchasers are heading to be ready to see their properties appear to lifetime just before they start out.”

Designer Properties and RE/MAX Legacy are now at 4342 15th Ave. S.


Leslie stated dialogue about the go began two a long time in the past, with ideas finalized very last summer months and construction begun in the drop. Delays for labor and resources have not been major, irrespective of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, he claimed. On Wednesday, it appeared that personnel had been practically finished enclosing the setting up.

“It could be a whole lot worse. We’re fortunate to be exactly where we’re at,” Leslie mentioned.

Leslie said the Fargo-Moorhead housing industry is “very powerful.”

“One of the good points about our neighborhood is that it is such a conservative group. We never have a bunch of fluctuations in value,” he stated. “It’s a actually very good area to do business.”