Downtown Sioux Falls

Seven wines to help you sip through summer each day of the week

Whether you’re relaxing on the patio or cooling off inside the gorgeous wine bar, Wine Time on Main is your place to sip your way through summer.

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Cascade adds convenience store as move-in date nears

A convenience store with a farm-to-table focus is the latest business to sign on for space at The Cascade, the new downtown mixed-use project that opens for residents in about a month.

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Pavilion at 20: Investments pay off as corporate support builds

“This year will be the biggest by far.” This week marks 20 years since the Washington Pavilion welcomed its first visitor. Stop in today and you’ll find a lot is changing.

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OG Greens sets opening date

A new restaurant focused on healthy eating options opens Friday downtown.

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Downtown building demolished for redevelopment

A new project bringing retail and lofts to the east side of downtown has taken a big step forward, as an older building is being removed from the property.

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The Spice & Tea Exchange sets opening date

It won’t be long before the signature aroma of The Spice & Tea Exchange arrives in downtown Sioux Falls.

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Jodi’s Journal: What happens in Vegas

What do Las Vegas, the world’s largest retail real estate convention and the mixed-used parking ramp project in downtown Sioux Falls have in common? Read on.

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Architect moves into renovated fire station with space still available

A renovated historic fire station and library has become the home of Stone Group Architects — with a little office space still left for others. Take a look inside this incredible transformation.

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City correspondence details alleged defaults of downtown developers

A notice from the city to the downtown developers in Village River Group details how the mixed-use project had fallen behind schedule and how developers had failed to show proof they could finance it.

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Village River Group ‘very disappointed’ in city terminating agreement, takes legal action

The developers of a proposed mixed-use project that would have included a city-owned parking ramp said they’re “very disappointed” in the city’s decision to terminate their agreement and have taken legal action.

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