An old railroad office building at 140 N. Phillips that has sat vacant for the last few years in downtown Sioux Falls is getting a new lease on life.
In all, the mayor's proposal comes in more than $556,000,000, spread out over the next five years. Huether says this is the second largest proposal ever presented to the City Council.
The hotel has 76 rooms and is under the same management group that runs the Ramkota and ClubHouse Suites.
Work is underway to build a solar panel structure to create a sustainable community for people of the Pine Ridge Indian reservation.
With the announcement of The Banks development this week, what does the future hold for one of the other options?
The town of Brandon is reacting to the big announcement made Thursday that the new owner of Huset's Speedway is going to add another night of racing.
The Banks is just a proposal right now, but just the idea of that kind of development has businesses downtown ready for the extra traffic.
The rumors about the future of Huset's Speedway have been fast and furious ever since the announcement was made earlier this year that the race track was sold and will have the new name Badlands Motor Speedway.
Over the next two years, downtown Sioux Falls could have a different feel and more parking spaces.
A green roof integrates with an 80-unit upscale boutique hotel and an apartment project with more than 45 units. There will also be a restaurant and potential space for retail and/or office uses.
Spring Creek Golf Course southeast of Sioux Falls has been sold in order to expand Good Earth State Park.
More than two years after Sioux Falls leaders announced a new Walmart store at 85th Street and Minnesota Avenue, construction is finally getting underway.
Spring Creek Golf Course southeast of Sioux Falls is being sold and the land will eventually become part of Good Earth State Park.
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