Updated COVID-19 Guidelines for Prairie Property Management Visitors

Updated COVID-19 Guidelines for Prairie Property Management Visitors

Our current guidelines are based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) coronavirus disease (COVID-19), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommendations, and the ND Smart Business Pledge. Adherence to these best practices will allow us to keep our doors open to meet with clients with consideration for the health and well-being of everyone.

We require all who enter our offices to wear a mask over both the nose and mouth to protect others.

  • COVID-19 is a form of influenza, which is spread through the respiratory system(i.e., nose and mouth)
  • Masks may help prevent people who have COVID-19 from spreading the virus to others. This is especially important because people who do have the virus may not have any symptoms.
  • The CDC recommends the use of masks, with the exception of children under the age of 2 and those with underlying health conditions.
  • If you do not have a mask, we are happy to provide one for you.
  • We do ask that you fill out the Prairie Property Management Visitor Policy and Acknowledgement when you arrive.

We encourage the practice of physical distancing to help prevent the spread of the virus.

  • The CDC recommends a safe distance between individuals to avoid contact with this airborne virus.
  • Guidance for visiting with our staff has been redesigned for physical distancing.

We encourage the use of good hand hygiene practices.

  • The CDC recommends hand washing with soap and water for 20 seconds to prevent the spread of the virus.
  • Hand washing is important-especially after and before-eating and/or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • Hand sanitizer can be found in the office when you arrive.

We adhere to cleaning and disinfecting practices throughout the office to maintain a safe space.

  • Prairie Property Management cleaning protocols follow CDC guidelines and include cleaning and disinfecting touched surfaces.

We look forward to your visit, but if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days we ask you to contact our office. We can reschedule your visit or conduct a visit through other means.

COVID-19 symptoms may include, but are not limited to cough, fever, headache, fatigue, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, repeated shaking with chills, new loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, diarrhea, and/or muscle or body aches.

We strive to continue to provide the highest and best level of competent and compassionate services to family members by any possible means.

Virtual Tours Now Available for The Grand off 45th III

Virtual Tours Now Available for The Grand off 45th III

Go on a 3D Virtual Tour of the lounge, rooftop patio, and gym at building 3 of The Grand off 45th. This new building offers studio, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom upscale apartments with quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, high ceilings, a private walkout patio or balcony, walk-in closets and so much more. Not only does this new building offer a lounge, rooftop patio, and gym, but it also features underground parking, a pet washing station, and two story lobby. This building is the third installment in The Grand off 45th community. The first two buildings include a dog park, community room, fitness center, and outdoor patio with firepits. The community is truly lifestyle driven!

Lounge & Rooftop Patio

The lounge offers seating with tvs, darts, and a sink with cabinets. The perfect spot to hang out with friends! Via the lounge, you can access the rooftop patio that features lounge seating, a firepit, and expansive views.


The new gym has everything you need to get a workout in and it is just steps from your front door! The cardio equipment includes treadmills, an elliptical, and a bike. For strength training, there are free weights, kettle bells, medicine balls, stretching bands, and more. The high ceiling and tall windows bring in plenty of natural light and offer a great view for you to enjoy while working out.

For addtional virtual tours of The Grand off 45th click here.

Experience The Grand off 45th lifestyle! Contact us to learn more by calling 701-356-3085 or emailing info@ppm1875.com.

Five Easy Fall Decorating Tips

Five Easy Fall Decorating Tips

Decorating in an apartment can be challenging. We have 5 easy Fall decorating tips to make you feel all the coziness of the season.

1. Pumpkins and gourds

You can never go wrong with a traditional pumpkin or gourd look. Let’s be honest- you can find pumpkins and gourds just about everywhere right now. From your local grocery store, craft store or market. We suggest placing an odd number of pumpkins in a variety of colors such as orange, yellow, green or white on surfaces such as a coffee table, tv stand, bedside table or or as a center piece on an island or table. This is a decoration piece that can last you through Thanksgiving!

2. Fall Florals

If you love muted colors – then fall florals are for you! Place fall florals in a vase and use as decoration on tables, counters, mantels, or any space you feel. This will brighten up your room and give off the fall feel to guests in your home.

3. Chunky Knits

Not only will a chunky knit blanket give you major fall vibes but it will also keep you nice and cozy on those cooler fall days. Place in a basket on the side of your couch or leave it nicely folded as a statement piece on your living room furniture, or as an accent blanket on a bed. This piece can easily be transitioned from fall to winter.

Types of chunky knits can be found at most stores.

4. Plaid

Plaid is the ideal pattern for fall and winter! You can introduce this pattern in your space in so many ways such as: pillows, blankets, pet beds, small trinkets, bedding, or even pet toys. Plaid will give your space just the right amount of fall decorating and a cozy feel.

5. Moody Colors

Moody colors can enhance your living space and can easily be done without spending too much or much effort. Look for colors and textures that range in the darker tones such as dark and deep purples, oranges, reds, greens, and pinks. To give more depth, add a neutral color like black, grey, white or cream. You can incorporate moody colors into any of the decorating ideas above such as plaid and florals.


Winter Reminders

Winter Reminders

Keep your home warm and safe with the following winter reminders.

Change your furnace filter

Furnace filters should be changed on a monthly or bi-monthly basis especially if you live in a newer home. If you’re furnace filter gets dirty, it will not heat your unit properly. For instructions on how to change your furnace filter, visit our FAQs page.

Shovel your balcony or deck

Don’t forget to shovel your balcony or deck regularly. If it gets too heavy with snow, it could cause structural damage to the building.

Keep your garage door shut

Don’t leave garage doors open as it could cause pipes to freeze, which could end up costing you greatly if there is a water break.

Clear snow from garage door area

It is important to keep your garage door area clear of snow and ice. If snow or ice is present, it could cause your garage door to stick and stop it from opening. If you garage door does freeze to the ground, it could ruin the rubber weather stripping that is along the bottom of your garage door.

Shovel 2 feet out from your garage door

If you live at a property that includes snow removal, be sure to shovel the 2 feet in front of your garage door. The snow removers will not clear this area as it could cause damage to the building or your garage door.

Make sure all windows are closed tightly and correctly

Keep all the heat inside your home by making sure all your windows are closed. Check for other gaps, specifically under your entry doors, that could let in cold air around your apartment and seal those with a towel or door sweep.

Park your car in the garage

In order for snow plows to clear snow from the lots and parking spots, park your car in your garage as frequently as possible. This is important especially after a large snow fall.

Keep your heat on when you leave

Keep your heat on when you leave for a weekend or for vacation. If your heat is turned off, it could cause a pipe to freeze and potentially burst. If you do leave and want to drop the temperature, set it between 60-68 degrees, it will still save you money and will prevent frozen pipes.

Use sand instead of salt

If you live at a property that was built in the last year or two, it is important that you use sand instead of salt on your driveway and walkways. Salt could cause the new concrete to weaken and cause damage.


It is good practice to not keep anything of value in garages in case of theft.

Renter’s Insurance

As part of your lease agreement with Prairie Property Management, renter’s insurance is required. Check with your insurance provider to make sure you are insured.


As a reminder, we are not responsible for lost or stolen packages.