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Office Space Full At Washington Square


Posted November 1, 2017

It’s crunch time at Washington Square. In just over a month the first tenants will be moving into the multi-million dollar downtown Sioux Falls building. Welcome to the top floor of Washington Square.  “This is what’s selling the condos. It’s this space up on this floor,” Washington Square Partner Chris Houwman said. Here there’s an […]

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Washington Square enters final construction stages


Posted October 23, 2017

Here’s a sign of how well things are going at Washington Square: The developers determined they no longer needed to stage a model condominium. “We eliminated it when sales took off the way they did,” co-developer Chris Houwman said. “Seventy-five percent of the condos are under contract. We have a limited amount of space left […]

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Sioux Falls administration building taking shape


Posted October 19, 2017

The steel studs are up and the concrete floors are poured at Sioux Falls’ newest government office building in downtown but it’s still months away from being complete. Read more.

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City Administration Building Construction “On Track”


Posted October 18, 2017

The new city administration building is right on track, according to project managers. The media was invited for an inside look at progress of the new building on Dakota avenue in downtown Sioux Falls. The sixty-thousand square foot building will be three floors, with an added green space park area outside. When completed, the building […]

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FLandreau Santee Sioux Tribe Health Center Grand Opening Ceremony


Posted October 9, 2017

Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe Health Center held their grand opening ceremony on Friday. The facility was blessed during the ceremony. Key members of the design and construction team received handmade quilts as a thank you gift. The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribal Health Center is an ambulatory facility of the Indian Health Service (IHS). The facility […]

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Sanford Ava’s House Ribbon Cutting


Posted October 9, 2017

Sanford Health Ava’s House held its ribbon cutting ceremony October 5. Ava’s House is hospice care that contains 20 suites, divided into five neighborhoods. Neighborhoods all contain common imagery based on distinct theme featured throughout neighborhood: Dragonfly, butterfly, stream, oak and cardinal. Ava’s House is named after Ava who developed neuroblastoma when she was 18 months […]

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Sanford Imagenetics Ribbon Cutting


Posted September 28, 2017

Sanford Health held a ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday for the newest addition to their growing campus in Sioux Falls. The ceremony was held on Sanford Imagenetic’s social stairs, which will be used for presentations and conferences. Mayor Mike Huether attended the event and listed many of the buildings that Sanford has built since 2007. Sanford […]

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Genetics-Based Health Care Center To Host Ribbon Cutting


Posted September 27, 2017

Sanford Health Imagenetics will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, September 27 at 4:30 PM.   The name of this building — Imagenetics — stands for internal medicine and genetics and is the first of its kind in the nation to combine DNA-based medicine and primary care. Read more.

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Look inside Sanford’s new Imagenetics building


Posted September 20, 2017

Employees are moving in and the first patient will be seen early next month at the new Sanford Imagenetics building. The $42 million, 106,000-square-foot building sits on the southern edge of the Sanford USD Medical Center campus at 22nd Street and Grange Avenue on a former parking lot and residential area. Public tours will be given from […]

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Inside Ava’s House: Sanford’s homelike approach to hospice


Posted September 14, 2017

Ron and Joanne Moquist learned in a very personal way the difference hospice care can make at the end of life. Their 4-year-old niece, Ava Holder, fought a rare childhood cancer and spent her last days in hospice care in Arizona – one of few facilities of its kind in the nation. Read more.

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