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Kris Fehr, managing partner of AK Investments, addresses a crowd Thursday afternoon at the open house for South Main Apartments, an affordable housing project created with tax incentive dollars and using a 100-year-old building. To her left is Dickinson Mayor Dennis Johnson and to her right is Jolene Kline, North Dakota Housing Finance Agency acting director.

AK Investments opens 10 new apartments in Dickinson

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Community leaders joined AK Investments on Thursday afternoon to celebrate the completion of a renovation project that, using tax incentives, breathed new life into a 100-year-old building and will open 10 apartments in Dickinson's tight housing m

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Katherine Grandstrand
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