development

“The Crossroads” Development Planned Near I-29 & 1-94 Intersection

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A new development called “The Crossroads” is being planned in one corner of the I-29 and I-94 intersection in Fargo. It’ll be a mix of office, medical, technology, retail, hospitality space and more according to the developer, former North Dakota Republican Congressman Rick Berg. He says he’s been interested in this site for over 30 years….

Redevelopment of south Fargo Kmart site takes another step

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR/KFGO) – The Fargo Tax Exempt Review Committee is recommending the City Commission approve the renewal plan and developer agreement for tax increment financing for a portion of the proposed redevelopment of the vacant Kmart site on University Drive. The $1.45 million tax break sought by Enclave Development is needed for the plan to proceed according to the city’s…

Special Assessment Hearing in Horace Gets Heated

There will be a Horace City Council meeting taking place on Monday

HORACE, N.D.– The meeting was to protest special assessments related to projects currently in plan by the city of Horace. Levi Bachmeier, the business manager at West Fargo Public Schools was in attendance and petitioned against the assessment on 63rd. “Lower the amount being assessed against the district, and being able to come up with an amount that is justifiable…

Arlette Preston Returns As Fargo City Commissioner

John Strand has also been re-elected to the Fargo City Commission.

FARGO, N.D.- Arlette Preston is no stranger to the Fargo City Commission. She served two terms in the 1990s when things looked a little bit different. “One of the things that I worked on back then was getting a downtown plan, the first downtown plan together, and that along with the renaissance zone has really made a difference so, that…

EPIC Companies Announce Plan for Mixed-Use Building in Fargo

The development is expected to cost between $70-120 million.

GatewayPhase1SitePlan12.19.19 GatewayBuildingOne12.19.19 FARGO, N.D.–EPIC Companies announce a plan for a new mixed-use building on Main Avenue in downtown Fargo. EPIC recently acquired Gateway Center through a partnership with the previous owner, and plan to utilize the space while they finalize development plans for the new building. Construction for phase one of the development is scheduled for summer 2020 and phase…

Fargo Ideas Talks About Ways To Improve the Valley

Big presentations and the sharing of ideas related to the valley given on the big stage at the Fargo Theatre.

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo is getting a little taste of Aspen. Big presentations and the sharing of ideas related to the valley given on the big stage at the Fargo Theatre. Fargo Ideas is the brain child from producers of the Aspen Ideas. It is national think tank talk involving former presidents, activists and members of the scientific community to…

Plans Move Ahead for New Development in Downtown Fargo

Construction could start on the parking garage next month with completion next fall.

mercantile_building_project_update_design_10_2019 GREAT_PLAIN_MERCANTILE_BUILDING_MAP_DESIGN GREAT_PLAINS_MERCANTILE_BUILDING_CONDOS_COLOR FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – Fargo city commissioners have approved a public-private development agreement for a long talked about mixed-use project at the corner of Broadway and Fourth Avenue North. The Mercantile Building project will be built on the site of the former Goodyear store. It will include a six-story apartment building with retail/commercial space built around a…

Black Coffee & Waffle Bar is Open for Business in Downtown Fargo

Black Coffee and Waffle Bar chose Fargo as its new home because of the downtown development

FARGO, N.D.– The waffle irons are hot and the coffee is black in Downtown Fargo. Black Coffee and Waffle Bar is open for business. Behind the doors of Downtown Fargo’s newest waffle joint is a menu jam-packed with coffee and waffles suited for people who love both bold and classic flavors. “We have a pulled pork waffle,” Black Coffee and…

Molding The City’s Vision: Panel Discusses Future of Downtown Fargo

Attendees raise concerns about on-street parking, safety during evenings

FARGO, N.D. — Ever since she began her tenure as Executive Director of the Fargo Theatre twenty years ago, Margie Bailly has seen Downtown Fargo become bigger than she’d ever imagine. “We have a lot more residential capacity, we have the wonderful satellite campuses in the downtown area. Infrastructure is stronger than ever before. And we continue to have vision,” Bailly…

West Fargo Mayoral Candidates Discuss Platforms Ahead of Election

The election will take place June 12

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Rich Mattern, who has been mayor since 2002, and Bernie Dardis, a consultant for Indigo Signworks, are facing off in the upcoming mayoral election on June 12. Both say one of the key defining features of West Fargo is growth, and their platforms center a lot on development. “The major change has been growth, the infrastructure that…