A Main Avenue building is almost fully leased, and construction hasn’t even started.
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Touchmark at All Saints shows off its new $20 million addition to the community today with a ribbon-cutting, open house and neighborhood block party.
When Mayor John Lawler began leading the city of Tea in 2002, it had approximately 1,800 residents. Fifteen years later, it’s one of South Dakota’s fastest-growing communities and has a lot of momentum behind it.
After their work with the homeless was featured by Oprah and People magazine, donations followed. Now a Sioux Falls couple is using some of their fund to give back in a new way.
Gage Brothers Concrete Products is starting work on a massive new facility that will increase its size by 50 percent, add technology and improve the work experience for its 265 employees.
Security Savings Bank will start construction this month on a branch at 2331 E. 10th St., the site of a former Godfather’s Pizza restaurant that most recently was a used-vehicle dealership.