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Engineering Firm To Build Along Phillips To The Falls

May 29, 2014, 12:40 PM by Angela Kennecke

Engineering Firm To Build Along Phillips To The Falls
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

As part of Uptown at the Falls, the city is selling three-quarters of an acre of land along Phillips Avenue near Falls Park to Stockwell Engineers.  

The civil engineering and landscape architecture firm is planning to put up a $2 million office building.

The city says it's expecting more development in the Uptown at the Falls area in the next couple of years.  

KELOLAND's Angela Kennecke will show you the progress along this land that was once just an industrial dumping ground, on Your Money Matters at 10.

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