Friday, August 10, 2012

Markets in Everything: Indoor RV Park in N.D.



The video above comes from KARE-11 in Minneapolis, and features the world's first "Indoor RV Park," currently under construction near Williston, North Dakota, as one creative solution to the area's housing shortage.  When completed this fall, the RV complex will accommodate 240 campers at a cost of about $1,500 dollars per month. There will be hook ups for sewer, water, and electricity, and fresh air will also be pumped in to each unit.  
   

2 Comments:

At 8/10/2012 4:09 PM, Blogger Its GSATT said...

1,500 per month......

I think they will end up dropping that price rather quickly..... However it will definitely be one large party, lifted golf carts and all.

 
At 8/10/2012 9:56 PM, Blogger Benjamin said...

There is a "housing shortage" (note, economists do not believe in shortages, only supply and demand and price) as Williston officials do not allow farmers to pull RVs and mobile homes onto their lots. They limit farmers to five mobile homes.

Williston doing doing New York City one better when it comes to housing.....

 

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