OCT. 5, 2017 - VOL. 54 No. 1

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Cover Story

February 2015 Issue

Downtown prepares for further development

Retailers, restaurants and residents and everything in between are helping to drive development in downtown Sioux Falls. The recently-approved 2025 Downtown Plan aims for continued progress over the next decade in the heart of the city.

The 2025 plan replaces the 2015 plan, which was created in 2002. Since then, significant progress has been made in the city´s core. The 2015 Downtown Plan included a number of forward-thinking concepts like connecting to the Big Sioux River and Falls Park. Arts and culture and job growth were also key components. ...

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Chair's Column

Dana Dykhouse Progress has long-lasting impacts

Many people who are newer to our community may not remember a time when Phillips to the Falls didn´t link a vibrant downtown to the site of our city´s namesake, Falls Park. Many may not remember a time when that park wasn´t so beautiful or when a pedestrian mall covered most of Phillips Avenue.

Through the efforts and vision of many, however, today our city´s core is a great place to work, live and play. You can read more about progress downtown in this issue, including future plans for downtown as laid out in the recently-released 2025 plan.

The success of Sioux Falls´ downtown is a microcosm of the growth and progress taking place throughout the city. Last year was a record-setting year for construction in the city - we exceeded previously-set records in building permits, dwelling units and overall construction value...

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Other News

Development Foundation invests in growing SAB Biotherapeutics

SME to honor Chamber President/CEO Evan Nolte

St. Patrick´s Day activities set for March 14

Business Sense Workshops provide learning opportunities

Registration now open for South Dakota BIG Job Fair

Forward Sioux Falls seeks internship partners

City seeks applicants for new workforce development pilot program

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