300 Broadway Condos
Life is Better at 300 Broadway
Living the life you want starts at 300 Broadway. Our beautifully finished condos offer high ceilings, granite countertops, office nooks, interior brick accent walls and an excellent view of Broadway from your very own porch. With their urban look and feel, the 300 Broadway condos provide convenient, worry-free living in the culturally vibrant heart of downtown Fargo. And you'll never find cookie-cutter conformity here: Every single unit is designed to be as completely unique as you are.
The 300 Broadway building is located on space once used as the Fargo Theatre parking lot. The first floor includes retail space, an amazing two-story atrium and a 78-seat Fargo Theatre second screen. Condos are located on the second, third and fourth floors and are accessible through secured entrances. The top floor is home to a stunning two-story home. All fourth floor condos have optional rooftop gardens. Pets are welcome, and the building features a secure dog let-out area.
The site once used as the Fargo Theatre parking lot at the street address of 300 Broadway was purchased by Kilbourne Group in 2007. Aptly named 300 Broadway, the new building was completed in January 2009. Kilbourne Group took the utmost care in the “look and feel” of the building so that it remained true to the roots of downtown Fargo’s architecture and design.
The condos feature exceptional craftsmanship and materials, including granite countertops, walk-in closets, open-plan kitchen/dining/living rooms and numerous premium customization options, such as exposed brick walls. The condominiums include porches with a spectacular view of downtown Fargo’s Broadway as well as underground heated parking.
At this time, all 300 Broadway condos have been purchased.
Kilbourne Group was founded in 2006 by Doug Burgum with the mission of providing thought leadership on the revitalization, smart growth and redevelopment of Fargo, North Dakota’s downtown core. The Kilbourne Group team shares the vision of retaining and carrying forward the history of Fargo through the restoration of historic buildings and the creation of new buildings that honor the past and inspire the future.
Ben Schroeder, Park Company
Elizabeth Goetz, Park Company