Businesses in Fargo, ND
Fargo-Moorhead is a hub of businesses that excel at developing and implementing technology.
Microsoft's Fargo facilities make up the company's second largest campus worldwide, where more than 1,000 employees develop and support such major software products as Office, SQL Server, and Visual Studio. This campus features a Microsoft Dynamics Development Center that produces and supports Dynamics GP financial software. Additionally, the campus houses Microsoft's Executive Briefing Center, which provides Microsoft's business prospects with customized strategic briefings that demonstrate how Microsoft's vision will benefit a given business' future.
Bobcat Company, a leader in the engineering, manufacturing, marketing and distribution of construction equipment, has its corporate offices on six acres of land in West Fargo, employing nearly 200.
Farm and construction equipment manufacturer and retailer Case New Holland has a major hub in Fargo, employing nearly 800.
Phoenix International, an electronics systems manufacturer that specializes in rugged electronic components and systems that function under adverse conditions, is headquartered in Fargo employing more than 600.
There are over 30 housing communities actively being developed in the Fargo Moorhead region, offering prospective homebuyers nearly limitless options when deciding where to live, ranging from downtown condos to suburban communities with large yards.
Amenities found in these communities include ponds, fountains, walking and biking paths, playgrounds, picnic areas and golf facilities. Some have characteristics of new urbanism such as walkable neighborhoods, empty-nester attractions and master-planned overlays. Many appeal to young families due to having nearby schools, soccer fields and swimming pools.
Virtually any style of home is obtainable here, including rowhouses and twinhomes to single-family homes of all shapes and sizes, with pricing of new houses ranging starting in the low $100,000s.
“From new homes to remodeling projects, Home Builders Association of F-M members strive for quality and putting up a product that consumers appreciate and enjoy,” says Bryce Johnson, executive vice president of the Home Builders Association of F-M. “In general, those who belong to the HBA see a need to stay on top of current industry developments and care about giving back to their industry. They have a sense of responsibility.”
F-M metro area cities and their surrounding communities offer a incentives for new construction and remodels, as well as options for down payment, closing cost and financing assistance.