With another three months to go, Sioux Falls is approaching another record breaking year for construction.
The next time you drive by Badlands Pawn, you'll notice it's really starting to take shape.
Crews will shut down a stretch of Cliff Avenue between 12th and 14th Streets beginning Tuesday. They'll be replacing two sets of railroad tracks that are located right between the Big Sioux River and Mr. Bendo.
The State of South Dakota is helping bring a new business to Beresford.
The $30-million, mixed-use Washington Square project planned for Main Avenue has been granted a TIF by the City of Sioux Falls.
A historic piece of property on East 10th Street in Sioux Falls has a new owner.
A casino is the first signed tenant for Raintree On Louise at 85th Street and Louise Avenue.
Sioux Falls' old Longfellow Elementary School is quickly being converted into the Longfellow Center, the new home of DakotAbilities, which works with individuals with special needs.
It may be old news, but this retirement home continues to try and find a way to add onto its facility.
Epicosity plans to make a $1.5-million investment to turn the 10,000-square-foot building into its company headquarters.
The face of 41st Street could be changing. The Sioux Falls city council will debate a Billion Automotive's Expansion plans.
It began with a big announcement in June. Now there are new developments in a downtown Sioux Falls project known as "The Banks."
Brookings will soon be an even better place to start a new business. A website is in the works that will help startup companies get off the ground.
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