Hyde Development broke ground July 13 on a new business park in Fargo, N.D.
Minneapolis-based Hyde, led by principal Paul Hyde, is negotiating with at least five prospective tenants but hasn’t announced any deals for the first phase of the 15-acre Butler Business Park, according to the Fargo Forum.
FARGO – Demolition and site preparation is underway to create Butler Business Park on a 15-acre former site of Butler Machinery at the southeast corner of Interstate 29 and Main Avenue.
Butler Business Park broke ground yesterday. Hyde Development in partnership with the Butler Family joined city leaders and the community of Fargo to celebrate the new construction of the park. The park is expected to bring 225 jobs to Fargo.
See the KVRR Fargo-Moorhead new coverage here: http://www.kvrr.com/news/local-news/new-business-park-promises-more-than-200-area-jobs/34147312
FARGO (KFGO-AM) – Minneapolis developer Paul Hyde says it’s “full speed ahead” on the major redevelopment of an old industrial site in Fargo.
FARGO, N.D. – A Minneapolis development firm that specializes in cleaning up dilapidated sites wants to turn an old industrial site in Fargo into an $18 million business complex.
Fargo, North Dakota is listed as one of the Top 10 Best Downtowns for 2015 on Livability.com. The area’s entertainment options combined with its affordability and close proximity to jobs helped Fargo land the list. The city’s appealing downtown area also helped Fargo make the list of Best Cities for New College Grads.
FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA-MINNESOTA, improved two positions to finish first among the best-performing small cities. The metro has outpaced the national average in both job and income gains, most notably in the five years ending in 2013. The metro’s diverse economy, along with its ability to capitalize on North Dakota’s historic oil boom, has been key to its recent success.