At HighPointe, we believe achieving the convenience of modern apartments shouldn’t mean sacrificing the sense of belonging that’s fostered by traditional neighborhoods. That’s why we’ve designed HighPointe as a neighborhood for the modern person.
Residents get to choose from three buildings—the Crossing, the Courtyard and the Commons—that all offer unique floor plans. Together, these communities create the HighPointe neighborhood, which is full of exclusive amenities that exceed the expectations of a typical apartment complex. All of our buildings are connected, so every resident can enjoy every community amenity, even in the wintertime.
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HighPointe also offers residents the chance to live surrounded by gorgeous, Romanesque architecture. The Commons, which stands as the first building introduced into the HighPointe vision, is a marker of Fargo history.
Founded in 1897, the Commons got its start as the Sacred Heart Academy: a place for training teachers and offering classical education opportunities. Sacred Heart served as both a school and a venue for preserving the cultural continuity of new Irish Americans, who immigrated to Fargo in the late 1800s.
Now, more than 120 years later, the Sacred Heart building still stands as the Commons, lovingly restored for the modern day. As the flagship center of HighPointe Apartment Homes, the Commons brings warmth and cultural richness to our community.