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Christopher & Banks Women's Clothing Store Coming to Dawley Farm

May 20, 2014, 4:20 PM by Angela Kennecke

SIOUX FALLS, SD -

A women's clothing retailer located in the Empire Mall is opening a second location at Dawley Farm Village in Sioux Falls.  

Christopher & Banks will be located next to rue21.  Construction on the 4,300 square foot store will begin in about a month and is expected to be complete by this fall.  

Christopher & Banks Corporation is a Minneapolis-based company that stared as Braun's in 1956 in the Twin Cities.  It now has 605 stores across the country.

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