Fargo City Leaders Touring Sioux Falls
Lloyd Companies plans to redevelop the former School for the Deaf campus in Sioux Falls into affordable housing, businesses and retail and call it 10th Street Commons.
Lloyd Companies is planning a major overhaul of another downtown building. Lloyd companies is under contract to redevelop the former DM&E Building at 8th Street and Phillips Avenue.
Following numerous code violations, countless neighborhood complaints and more than two years, a rundown house on South Summit Avenue in Sioux Falls is finally coming down.
In the fall of 2016, this first-of-its-kind facility will open to the public, debt free.
The city of Hartford will be home to its first ever hotel early next year.
Avera is starting construction on a $16.5 million medical office building in Mitchell.
A South Dakota program is getting $30 million to promote research in the state.
An internationally known entertainment chain is rocking out in Sioux City Friday.
Sioux City is home to Iowa's latest casino, The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
Sioux Falls may break last year's record for building in the city. In 2013 building permits were valued at $377 million dollars.
Sioux Falls is getting a new $5.6 million hotel. A new Towneplace Suites is planned for 6400 S. Connie Avenue, directly north of Krav'n Restaurant in southwest Sioux Falls.
Big machines, crews and new construction line the area near the new events center. However, much of that is for the Russell Street project. Despite a clear view of this progress, Casa Del Rey owner Don Smith say he has not seen much for new buildings yet.
South Dakota's largest city just keeps growing.
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