Spearfish experiences construction progress in both Business Park and Downtown

Construction is booming in Spearfish, South Dakota.

Several Spearfish businesses are upgrading to new facilities, and office space is being constructed to accommodate the expanding business community.   

“We’re excited to see our community continue to grow,” said Kory Menken, SEDC Executive Director. “We receive frequent inquiries about available commercial space. These additions will help to provide more opportunity for existing and new businesses.”

Three projects are currently underway in the Spearfish Business & Industry Park, located off Exit 14 on Interstate 90.

North Star Construction is turning dirt on an approximately 7,000 SF facility on Seaton Circle. The new building will house North Star Construction, as well as four additional commercial rental spaces. Dennis Forgey Construction is also building an approximately 7,000 SF structure in the growing business park.

SEDC is currently building-out an additional 10,000 SF of its Atlas Building for traditional office and light industrial use. The flexible floor plan allows for either a single end-user or several individual tenants.

The build-out will make the facility even more attractive to companies looking to expand or relocate to the Spearfish area.

“In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing business climate, companies need to move quickly when making a site selection decision,” said Menken. “Our goal is to provide businesses with a turn-key option.”

In addition to the Spearfish Business & Industry Park construction, a new multi-use commercial building is being constructed in downtown Spearfish at the intersection of Main Street and Jackson Boulevard. It is expected to be completed this fall.

For more information, please contact Kory Menken at (605) 642-3832.