The Star Tribune recently wrote a feature on our five new Havenwood Senior Living projects currently under construction: After developing about $500 million in residential and commercial projects throughout the Midwest, including thousands of market-rate rentals in the Twin Cities metro and the Dakotas, growing demand for senior housing is sending the company in another direction..." Read the full article.
"A brand-new Des Moines apartment building opened Thursday, and it has the city's first-ever rooftop pool and hot tub..." Read the full article
Our historic preservation development is aimed at bringing affordable housing and office space to Cloquet. The 57 rental units will provide a much-needed housing option for to local working families. View the article
"Long Lake-based Roers Cos. is a private developer that's moving into the senior housing sector with several projects in the works..." Read page 18 for the full report.
We're approaching the ground breaking of the Venue, our 134-unit site in Chanhassen. Located next to Chanhassen Dinner Theatre, Chanhassen Cinema and the SW Transit Park & Ride, Venue will feature a 19,000-sq.-ft. ALDI store as its sole retail tenant. Finance & Commerce recently featured the project's development. Read the article
Roers Companies’ was featured in the Star Tribune. The article highlights Roers Cos.' unique business model and how it has grown since 2012. View the article
Roers Companies' new apartment developments and investments in Des Moines were recently featured in an article by Kara Norvell of the Des Moines Register. View the article
We’re happy to announce that Brian Roers has been selected as a “40 Under 40” honoree for 2018 by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal! Brian’s selection was out of 450 nominations and well deserved! View the article
In outstate Minnesota, we were awarded $14.1 million for Cloquet Middle School Apartments in Cloquet. The historic preservation development will create 57 rental units targeted primarily to households with incomes between $37,980 and $56,430. View the article