Van Buskirk Companies and Friessen Development are excited to announce Aloft Hotel will anchor the next phase of retail development at Lake Lorraine. Aloft will be owned and operated by KAJ Hospitality and feature a modern design, the vibrant XYZ bar, and inviting common areas.
2016 was a record year in Sioux Falls for construction permit dollars at $701.8 million. This is the fourth consective year the record was broken and for 2016, our construction team helped it over the ledge.
Our construction team's project of the new location for First Bank and Trust is underway! Thanks to VanDeWalle Architects, here's a 360 view of the footings!
Brady Mallory with Keloland News talked with Steve Van Buskirk, our Director of Land Development, yesterday on the growth of Sioux Falls. In Steve's words, the growth is astounding and helps fuel developments, such as our Lake Lorraine project. He noted that it gets easier every year to market Sioux Falls to national retailers.
First Bank & Trust announced their plans to build a new branch in Dawley Farm Village on the corner of Arrowhead Parkway and East 10th Street. Our construction team is thrilled to be the general contractor for this dynamic project and we look forward to breaking ground in June.
Yesterday, an article in the Sioux Falls Business Journal by Jodi Schwan featured our Raintree on Louise retail center, which sits at the corner of 85th Street and Louise Avenue.
Strong activity is keeping our construction division bustling. Here’s what they’ve been up to in the last few months! Raintree on Louise – Ground broke just a couple months ago on this
While Sioux Falls issued 3000 fewer building permits, the dollar value in building permits high a new record high coming in at in at $667 million dollars. The hail storm of caused a surge in
Here is a timelapse video of a large industrial addition our construction team is doing for Heiman Fire Equipment! Watch the progress made over the course of August in a couple
Van Buskirk is happy to be a part of the construction growth this recent Keloland article (link) highlighted. The article noted that construction permits have increased by $125 million over this