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North Point Management Exclude Food Court Rumors Until Grand Opening

Kylie Nordin, a reporter for Scroll Digital emphasized, “BYU- Idaho students anxiously await the reveal of North Point’s food court.”

Lauren Hales, a senior studying communications stated about the complex, “so far, actually, I really like it here.”

Along with Hales’ remarks, Jalyn Butcherite, studying animal and veterinary science also enjoys living in North Point. “I’m excited for the boys’ apartments to open in the fall. That, there’s also the clubhouse opening too. That will be really nice,” she said.

Michael O’Neal a business management major said that he would consider moving in during the fall. O’Neal claimed, “it looks ser sweet. I’m excited for it.”

Cassidi Hess another communication major affirmed, “Its sort of hard to coordinate and get together, especially for FHE, when your FHE gro lives all the way across town. So I think it will be really convenient, I’m very excited.”

“I’m really excited to have easy access to food, to fitness and I live right on the ground floor. So I live right by the courtyard. So I kind of get the best of everything, continued Butcherite.

Hales indicated, “coming here is like kind of a luxury.

“I would love a Chipotle. I’ve heard that one of those may be coming,” announced Hess.

“I’m down with anything; Rexburg has such a like limited selection. I think it would be good for whatever comes in. But, maybe a Chick-fil-a or a Panda Express or something but maybe, they are keeping it secret so that I don’t know, it intrigues people more to come, I don’t know, that would be my guess, presumed O’Neal.

In regards to O’Neal’s comments, Hales stated, “but I don’t think it would take away from the Crossroads, necessarily. Cuz’ there’s a lot of people that stay on campus all day for classes and they don’t want to come all the way over here for food.

Nordin concluded, “construction for the complex is scheduled for completion this fall, followed by the grand opening of not just the restaurants, but indoor gym and coed clubhouse as well. Until then, both current and future residents are keeping there eyes and ears open for any clues pertaining to this mystery. This is Kylie Nordin and Denton Isaacs, Scroll Digital.

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