Breaking News: Sioux Falls building boom a game changer for Tourism

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Sioux Falls, South Dakota’s largest city, is in the midst of several major construction projects that will appeal to the needs of leisure and business travelers.

When all are completed, the city will have two additional hotels, new meeting and event spaces, a sports stadium, an expanded retail corridor, and several new dining and entertainment options. These offerings will compliment Sioux Falls’ existing roster of exciting attractions, including Falls Park, Sculpture Walk, Sioux Falls Stampede Hockey, and Great Bear Recreation Park.

“We
are excited to share new tourism developments in Sioux Falls with
visitors,” said James Hagen, Secretary of Tourism for the State of South
Dakota. “From family-friendly entertainment at Great Shots to a growing
art scene and unique craft beer establishments, travelers will discover a
wealth of new experiences that will make them feel at home in our
community.”

Retail
and Entertainment

Great
Shots: The newly opened, three-story, 54,000-square-foot Great Shots golf
entertainment venue features a state-of-the-art driving range, Kids Zone, a
full-service bar and restaurant. The property also offers meeting space for
both business and social events.

The Sanford
Mile: A new addition to the Sanford Sports Complex, The Sanford Mile will take
the form of a mile-long corridor that will add retail, residential units, and
either a new baseball or soccer stadium, plus youth sports fields to build an
even stronger sense of community in Sioux Falls. Construction on The Sanford
Mile will take place as early as the spring of 2020.

Dave &
Buster’s: Perfect for kids and kids at heart, Dave & Buster’s is set to
open in mid-2020 at Lake Lorraine. The 20,000-square-foot entertainment venue
will include the same kid and adult-friendly arcade games and prize center,
bar, full-service restaurant and sports…

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