SPEARFISH – Business Continues to boom in Spearfish, with ground broken Wednesday at 4315 E. Colorado Blvd. to eventually house a commercial development with multiple businesses on site.
Aaron Schoon, owner of Jake’s Collision Repair and lead partner in the development, described that there would be three buildings on the lot: A 7,000-square-foot body shop, 7,000-square-foot industrial shop rental building, and 3,000-square-foot office building, all of which were designed by Legacy Custom Homes of Spearfish, which would serve as the general contractor and is a partner on the project. Read more
A groundbreaking event for Spearfish’s newest commercial development, The Granary District, will be held Thursday, May 3 at 3:15 pm. The Granary District is located at the Village at Creekside on the corner of North Avenue and Yukon Place, adjacent to the Creekside Apartments. The groundbreaking event will include an overview of the development plan, introduction of new tenants, and opportunities available to existing and new businesses.
“The Granary District will be an absolutely tremendous addition to the Spearfish community,” said Kory Menken, SEDC Executive Director. “SEDC is proud that we were able to work with both the developers as well as the future tenants on this exciting project.” Read more
Spearfish construction continues to rise at Exit 14.
Ground was broke for the new Lookout Mountain Plaza on April 23rd. The Lookout Mountain Plaza is located off Exit 14, on the corner of Platinum Drive adjacent to Applebee’s Grill & Bar. The event included an overview of the development plan, prospects and opportunities available to existing and new businesses.
“This new addition is an exciting opportunity for Spearfish, especially with the high demand for office space,” said Kory Menken, SEDC Executive Director. “The development will be a nice enhancement to the area.” Read more