KKR/Pfeffer/CPR – The Ridge at Harvest Hills – North Dakota - Project Profile
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Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR) Pfeffer Capital (Pfeffer) and CP Realty (CPR) joint venture is undertaking the construction of a residential community in North Dakota, the US.
The project involves the construction of a residential development on 66.36ha of land. The project is being executed in two phases.
Phase A includes the construction of 330 apartments, 302 townhomes, 48 twin homes, 144 single family homes, park and related facilities.
Phase B includes the construction of 480 apartments, 56 duplexes, 177 single family homes and walking paths.
Continuum Partners, LLC has been appointed as an associate developer and Bakken Contracting as construction contractor.
In September 2013, construction works on Phase A have commenced.
As of September 2015, construction works on the Parkridge Townhomes and the StonyRidge Condos have been completed.
Construction works on Phase A have been completed.
The project involves the construction of residential development on a 66.36ha of land in Williston, North Dakota, the US.
The US$150 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 330 apartments, 302 townhomes, 48 twin homes, 144 single family homes in Phase A
2. Construction of 480 apartments, 56 duplexes, 177 single family homes and walking paths in Phase B