Van Buskirk to guide 130-acre project


The developers who brought The Bridges at 57th retail center to Sioux Falls are planning an upscale lifestyle center nearly six times as large on the west-side property known as Lake Lorraine.

Brandon Boom Is Back


It's got that small town feel with easy access to Sioux Falls. That's what's attracted thousands of people to Brandon. At its high point, 100 new homes a year were being built there.

Developers prepare to work under new zoning ordinance


The phones starting ringing at City Hall in the planning department hours after voters approved the city's updated zoning ordinance April 8.

Retail construction to start at Lake Lorraine


The first retailers in the Lake Lorraine development plan to be open by the end of the year, and conversations with prospective national retailers have started.

New office park to be built near Heather Ridge Village


Van Buskirk Cos. is developing the Heather Ridge Office Park at 6320 S. Western Ave. It's behind the Heather Ridge Village office and retail center southeast of 69th Street and Western Avenue.

First Retail Center Coming To Lake Lorraine


If you build it, they will come. But in the case of the new Lake Lorraine commercial development, retailers are coming before the first strip mall is even built.

69th and Western retail center fills up


Two businesses have leased the final spaces at the Remington Pointe retail center at 69th Street and Western Avenue.

Lifestyle center draws ‘like-minded’ owners, shoppers


When Van Buskirk Cos. planned The Bridges at 57th lifestyle center, the idea didn’t focus on attracting female entrepreneurs.

Speculation pays off for Van Buskirk Cos.


The first tenants of the Remington Pointe retail center will open this month as others prepare to start businesses later this year.

Sioux Falls Visions Book - Van Buskirk Companies


Throughout its history, Van Buskirk Companies has developed safe, beautiful properties with an eye on the future. “The thing we really like about this business is that, when we’re all done with everything, and the grass is growing in the yard, and the people are living in their homes, we can drive down the street and feel that we did a good job, we feel satisfied,” says Steve Van Buskirk. “There is something physical we left behind that is going to be of enduring value.”