MOORHEAD—An apartment complex, four years in the making, is nearly finished, and Thursday, WDAY got a sneak peak inside.
Crews are hard at work at the Bright Sky Apartment building in Moorhead, specifically built for families considered low income or homeless.
The 43 unit building will have one case worker on site, along with other resources.
Churches United helped lead this community effort.
Thursday, the shelter led tours through the building for the first time.
The goal for all the soon-to-be-residents is to give people a home, and a chance to succeed.
"You really can't plan much if you don't know where you're going to be. And these are going to be beautiful apartments besides, so it just means so much to our folks," said Pastor Sue Koesterman, Churches United.
The first tenant is expected to move in around March 15.
Until then, they're still in need of housewares, which you can help supply through a donation.
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