They waited 11 days for housing, but at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dickinson State University students began moving into Blue Hawk Square, which was given temporary clearance to allow occupation, officials said Thursday.
Workers move a section of what will be Blue Hawk Square on Wednesday off a truck on Villard and into place in Dickinson. The first floor of the project was set Wednesday. It will be a four-story building attached to the Oasis Motel and is intended to house Dickinson State University students.
With a proposal to construct additional student housing, investors are taking steps toward easing Dickinson State University’s housing crunch, largely brought on by increasing oil activity in the area.
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