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East Grand Forks committee brainstorms ideas for spurring north-end development

EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. - A swath of unsold city-owned lots on the north end of East Grand Forks has the city's Economic Development Authority brainstorming ideas to convince potential residents to move there.

Fargo officials favor Kilbourne Group's downtown parking ramp project

Fargo officials favor Kilbourne Group's downtown parking ramp project

FARGO — After interviewing three developers for new downtown parking ramps Wednesday, the Parking Commission said it favors Kilbourne Group.

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Construction to start in fall on Kilbourne's new downtown Fargo tower

FARGO—Construction is expected to start this fall on a new downtown office, hotel and residential complex roughly the height of Fargo's largest building.

Grand Forks maxes out fertilizer plant consultant spending at $237,000

The city of Grand Forks has spent more than $200,000 for consultants in the development of the Northern Plains Nitrogen fertilizer plant since 2014, a figure that city staff and some City Council members described as the cost of doing necessary due diligence on an "infrastructure-heavy" project that could be in the community for decades.

Grand Forks examines future of business park

With two facilities already in operation, Grand Forks city and economic development officials are examining the future of the city's business park on the west side of Interstate 29.

Added construction costs could put East Grand Forks over budget on Civic Center remodel

The finishing touches on the remodel of the East Grand Forks (Minn.) Civic Center have begun to add up for the city.

Developers pitch big plans for replacing two downtown Fargo parking lots

Developers pitch big plans for replacing two downtown Fargo parking lots

FARGO – Contenders to provide yet another sizable jolt to the recent flurry of development downtown were unveiled Monday, plans that would all add new dimensions to the city's skyline.

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Three firms compete to build downtown Fargo parking ramp, mixed-use buildings

Three firms compete to build downtown Fargo parking ramp, mixed-use buildings

FARGO — Three companies are competing to construct new parking ramps and buildings on now vacant city land downtown near the corner of Second Avenue North and Roberts Street.

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Sony-themed indoor amusement park, water park planned in Albertville

MINNEAPOLIS -- If a Wisconsin Dells resort and the Mall of America had a baby, it might look something like what's being proposed in the Minneapolis-area city of Albertville.

Demographic shift after flood prompts senior living development in Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Despite being based in Grand Forks for almost 20 years and constructing dozens of projects elsewhere, Edgewood Group hasn't built a senior living facility in the city.

Kilbourne Group to buy slate of downtown buildings from Swanson Properties

Kilbourne Group to buy slate of downtown buildings from Swanson Properties

FARGO — Kilbourne Group has an agreement with Swanson Properties to buy a slate of notable downtown buildings, including sites of the former Avalon and Metro Drug as well as those that house Moxie Java, Subway and King House Buffet.

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ND Job Service offices start limited hours, closing due to $4.1M shortfall in budget

GRAFTON, N.D.--Job Service North Dakota in Grafton is open for the first time in two weeks, but only temporarily.

Remember character when growing Fargo, planning expert says

Remember character when growing Fargo, planning expert says

FARGO – Downtown Fargo is doing a good job of creating an interesting place for people to live, work and play, but the city should take steps to maintain and protect downtown's growing appeal.

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Black Building incentives get OK from Fargo commission

FARGO – Downtown's Black Building and its neighbor, the Scan Design building, got the OK for a package of property tax exemptions estimated to be worth about $400,000 from the City Commission on Tuesday night.

Minot receives $74.3 million in federal funding to help recover from 2011 flood

MINOT, N.D. -- Minot, devastated by flooding in 2011, has been awarded $74.3 million in federal funds for cities or states hit by major natural disasters in recent years.

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