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Williston's Renaissance On Main Ribbon Cutting


Ribbon Cutting at the Renaissance on Main was a success; the building is soon to be a destination place for citizens, companies and visitors.

Thursday, March 17, 2016 marked the ribbon cutting ceremony for Williston's new Renaissance On Main downtown complex. Mother and daughter duo, Nancy and Jeanmarie Kapp, with Renaissance Companies based in Chicago have been working on getting the building up and running since they first broke ground in September of 2014. The idea for the Renaissance on Main came to be when the pair saw the heart of Williston's downtown area and the closeness of the community. They also wanted to provide affordable housing for key members of Williston's community such as teachers, city council members and more.

Mother and daughter, CEO Nancy Kapp and COO Jeanmarie Kapp embrace in celebration of all the hard work they accomplished in opening Renaissance on Main. A complex that was possible entirely on a team of women with ambition and creativity.

The first floor of Renaissance on Main will be where retailers such as restaurants and boutiques will have Main Street frontage with plenty of foot traffic, window display space and outfoor seating. The second floor features fully furnished offices and buildable space where professional firms can cater their business. TruWealth Financial owners Brent Lee and Brion Norby have already customized their space in the building and opened in early spring. The 3rd and 4th floors of the Renaissance will feature apartments including studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom featuring a fitness center and outside terrace.


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