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Hegg REALTORS constructing new headquarters office


Hegg, REALTORS, the Sioux Empire’s longest-standing residential real estate company with 72 years of service, broke ground July 11 for a new 25,000 square foot office building at 69th Street and Minnesota Avenue. The facility will bring together the residential real estate company’s 170 agents, support staff and management under one roof. 

           

 

Hegg’s new headquarters building will feature a state-of-the-art training center for agents, 150 private offices, an agent lounge area for collaboration and informal learning, and an outdoor patio. In recent years, Hegg, REALTORS growth has expanded to three locations in Sioux Falls, as well as offices in Brandon, Garretson, Hartford and the Black Hills. Hegg, REALTORS is owned by Bill Hegg and Gregg Gohl. Construction is now underway, with a planned completion of February 2018. Van Buskirk Companies is the general contractor, with architectural services by RSArchitects.

 

Groundbreaking held for new downtown Rotary Plaza


A groundbreaking ceremony was held on the banks of the Big Sioux River in downtown Sioux Falls for Rotary Centennial Plaza. The new plaza will be at the mouth of the 10th Street bridge and River Road and provide a new place for people to congregate downtown. So far, more than $50,000 in cash and in-kind resources has been contributed for the project, which has an estimated cost of $150,000. Joel Dykstra, Rotary past president, who championed funding the plaza, said the organization’s purpose is to enrich other people’s lives just as Rotary clubs do in communities around the world. The development of Rotary Centennial Plaza showcases 100 years of contributions by Rotary to Sioux Falls and provides a seed and model for future development of the west bank of the Sioux River Greenway.

 




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