Business Beat: Bones BBQ, Starion, Patterson Place

Western North Dakota has officially put two new businesses on the map.

Alexus Arthur has this week's Business Beat.

Bones BBQ Smokehouse and Grill recently opened its doors in Minot. 

The owners have been serving their tasty food in Minot over the past few years as a catering business but now they decided to open their own restaurant.

You can find anything BBQ plus soups, salads, and sandwiches. It's casual dining or you can grab and go.

There is also a bar that serves beer and wine.

"Freshness. I mean it all starts right here you know we're not heat and serve, we're not something coming out of a box that's getting warmed up and brought to you, we're making the product right here." said David Reynolds, General Manager.

Patterson Place in downtown Bismarck may have a buyer.

Schuett Companies out of Minnesota would like to purchase and rehabilitate the 10-story building while continuing to use it as low income housing.

The unit has been up for sale since early August when current owner Tapestry management listed it.

The building has 117 units of affordable housing.

The main lobby now houses the Peacock Alley Grill and Bar.

Starion Sports complex is officially open.

After more than three years of planning and construction the 84 thousand square foot facility in Mandan will host it's first varsity football game tonight.

The complex will be home to mandan Braves hockey, football, track and field, and Dakota Star Gymnastics.

The leon House track and field complex has 2,000 permanent seats for fans.

The new turf is NC double A certified.

There are two sheets of ice, a practice rink and a game rink. It also keeps the family in mind.

Mandan parks and recreation is in charge of the complex and they offer rental rates for the track, the turf, the ice, and have public skating available.

For Business Beat, I'm Alexus Arthur.

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