Development

Sioux Falls announces record building total

Sioux Falls building permits totaled more than $786 million in 2018.

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Sisters to turn downtown building into office, condos

Here’s a creative new use for a building at the gateway to downtown Sioux Falls.

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Sanford starts work on clinic, Summit League office at Sports Complex

Sanford Health has broken ground on a new building at the Sanford Sports Complex that will combine clinic space with the office headquarters for The Summit League.

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Developer abandons plan for downtown Huey project

The downtown Huey Apartments will not be renovated into lofts and a restaurant as developers had envisioned. Instead, the plan is to return to subsidized housing through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

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Journey CEO: Managing record years while building for the future

With multiple big projects in progress, we sit down with Journey Group’s CEO for a look at the year ahead.

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Nine story lines in business for 2019

This year, rather than single out people or places we’ll be watching, we opted to share what we believe will be nine key story lines to follow in the Sioux Falls-area business community in 2019.

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Tru Shrimp to expand to Madison

The growing aquaculture business Tru Shrimp is adding a location in Madison.

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2019 outlook: Record year’s momentum expected to continue; 2020 ‘is a question mark’

It’s time for our annual look at the Sioux Falls market as a new year begins. Here’s a snapshot of projects, plans and attitudes from business leaders headed into 2019.

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Biotech industry marks big year in South Dakota

From research breakthroughs to major investments and newcomers to the industry to next steps for existing companies, the bioscience industry has much to celebrate in 2018.

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Mayor turned city administrator and economic development director shares outlook for Baltic

Baltic just keeps on growing. This year brought a new restaurant and preparation for adding more homes. We caught up with the mayor-turned-city administrator to learn what’s coming next.

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