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WATFORD CITY, ND—Thousands of oil and gas workers have moved into this once desolate region, but the resulting housing shortage has left many living in temporary “man-camps,” with no way to bring their families with them.

But MondayOne, a California-based developer, has just started a joint venture to build 100 duplex-style town homes here in the Hunter’s Run Master Planned Community. They will lease the new homes to area oil companies to use as housing for workers and their families. This is MondayOne’s second development in Watford City, the heart of the state’s new energy business. MondayOne recently unveiled plans for the 105-unit Pheasant Ridge town home community. Those will have three-bedroom units, while their Hunter’s Run homes will have four.

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