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Gateway Open House

November 4, 2021

Thank you to all who joined us at Gateway by EPIC’s Open House last Thursday, October 28th!

It was a great evening of community, conversation, and inspiration.

The event took place from 4-6pm in the Gateway community room and was open to the public. The community room is available for all Gateway tenants to use and enjoy. It features a kitchen, fireplace, rooftop patio, and great views of downtown Fargo, Moorhead, and the Red River.

Gateway by EPIC

During this event, the community room was stocked with homemade pies and cookies from The Fryn’ Pan, Gateway’s first floor commercial tenant. Guests and tenants were able to enjoy these delicious treats as well as beverages from the fully stocked fridge.

Live music was performed by the talented singer and songwriter Rachel Ianiro throughout the evening.

The community room has modern features such as white tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, dark cabinetry, and white quartz countertops. The décor gives a rustic touch to the space with train themed antiques and burnt orange colors. Locally made paintings display the community of Fargo and make this room feel like home.

Gateway open house
Rachel Ianiro
Rachel Ianiro
Gateway community room
Gateway community room painting
Gateway Community room
Gateway community room
Gateway community room
Sam Buchholz, real estate coordinator, and Kara Thiessen, leasing agent

Tours were given throughout the evening by Vice President of Property Management – Megan Sundet Plankers, Leasing Agent – Kara Thiessen, and Real Estate Coordinator – Sam Buchholz. The tours showcased the beautiful apartment units and the amenities of living at Gateway.

At the end of the evening, Senior Vice President Amy Hass cut the ribbon for Gateway by EPIC. This building will create opportunities for businesses and living in the downtown area.

Gateway by EPIC ribbon cutting
Kara Thiessen, Megan Sundet-Plankers, Sam Buchholz, McKenzy Braaten, Amy Hass, Kelsey Boe, Megan Bergeson, and Kara O’Byrne.

We are so thankful for all the amazing people that helped bring Gateway by EPIC to life. First with an idea, then to the blueprints and onto the finishing touches.

Gateway by EPIC view of Red River, Fargo, ND

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