[Garon Construction & Lindsey Grace Interiors]
Story by Alyssa Nishek
Photography by Dan Francis Photography
Lindsey Christie, owner and principal designer at Lindsey Grace Interiors, collaborated with Garon Construction to create the industrial, light and bright feel that the homeowners of this project were seeking.
Garon Construction is a family owned, custom home builder based in Thompsen, North Dakota. Originally started by Gary Walsh in 1972, the business is now operated by siblings Stacy, Ryan and Mike Walsh.
After just a few drafts, Ryan, lead designer and drafter for Garon Construction, created a floor plan that the homeowners were quite fond of. The three-level plan features five beds, six baths, as well as a main level home office and playroom, and a basement wet bar.
The home’s coffered ceiling is constructed of a light oak connecting with the stairwell balusters and flooring choice.
[Fargo Brewing Company]
Story by Bill Lempe
Photography provided by Dan Francis Photography
The original Fargo Brewing Company is reimagining the traditional taproom experience.
It’s an unlikely infusion: a fresh cut and a cold beer. Add a little live music and you’ve got an unparalleled atmosphere. This inventive partnership is the brainchild of Fargo Brewing Company partners Jared Hardy, Aaron Hill and Jade Nielsen, and General Manager, Zach Click.
Pre-pandemic, planning for a shared business space seemed like an easy decision. The demand and excitement for craft breweries in the F-M area was booming. In 2020, as restaurants and breweries became uncertain of the future, Fargo Brewing Company doubled down. Despite a few pauses and pivots, planning continued, and new partners signed up.
“The past year has been tough on many folks but we really felt that building with our community would help us all thrive,” said Click. “That’s why our new partners are so exciting for everyone here at Fargo Brewing. Our shared outlook on a bright future is key.”
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