New Fargo apartments open for domestic & homeless survivors

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(Fargo, ND)  --  Survivors of domestic violence and homelessness in Fargo have a new place to find some resources and peace of mind.  

The YWCA opened a new apartment complex on 32nd Avenue South this week which can house up to 60 people.  

It has taken two years and over eight-million-dollars to see the 23 apartments become a reality.  

The complex is next to the Red River and features a community room for residents and a playground for the kids.