Comings & Goings – SiouxFalls.Business


Feb. 8, 2022

Here’s a look at recent changes in the business landscape in the Sioux Falls area.

Dunn Brothers Coffee is building a second location in Sioux Falls. The shop, which also serves breakfast and lunch, will be in the new Firehouse 42 development next to the fire station on West 12th Street.  The plan is to open by the end of summer or early fall.

Sanford Health will add a five-story building focused on gastroenterology to the campus of Sanford USD Medical Center. The new building will include space for education, a clinic, 10 GI procedure suites, 40 pre-procedure suites, physician offices and common spaces. The first four floors will be a parking ramp. It will be along Grange Avenue near 21st Street

GreatLIFE Golf & Fitness is partnering with a Colorado-based nonprofit, The Phoenix, to offer free fitness classes focused on building a sober, active community for those in recovery and those seeking a sober lifestyle.

Dakota State University is planning to build a cybersecurity research center at the Sanford Sports Complex estimated to bring at least 400 six-figure-paying jobs and $100 million in annual economic activity. The DSU Applied Research Lab is designed as a 100,000-square-foot building that will be owned by the state, but a separate nonprofit will be formed and serve as a contractor with those needing cyber research work – everyone from government contractors to private businesses. Entities potentially could lease space and employ people within the lab or contract directly with the nonprofit to provide those services.

The owner of Waddy’s Bar & Grill in Hudson has purchased another building and installed a production line for the bar’s popular bloody mary mix. The Chief’s is available now on retail shelves in the Sioux Falls area.

A Puerto Rican restaurant that opened almost one year ago has closed. La India Taina owners Johanna De Jesus and her daughter, Harianys, said it was too difficult to operate the restaurant at Cliff and Benson without additional staff.

A longtime food truck owner has opened a restaurant in Montrose featuring her “old-fashioned” cooking and an ice cream counter. My Place Montrose Cafe is in the town’s historic bank building. Owner Maxine Montreal started with My Place Mobile Café in 2014. For now, hours at the cafe are 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday and 5 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Shriver Square has a new owner. Kevin Tupy purchased the historic building at 11th and Phillips that includes retail, offices and apartments. He’s planning to update common areas in the building and the apartment units as people move out.

Cody’s Smokehouse BBQ has closed after more than four years in business. The restaurant at 6401 S. Louise Ave. opened in the summer of 2017. Owner Joe Cody said he and his business partner decided to retire and plan to sell the building. The Arby’s that’s attached to it remains open.

The Ramkota Companies has sold Al’s Oasis in Oacoma to RF Buche of G.F. Buche Co. Buche Foods has taken over operation of the grocery store there, and Sioux Falls-based Sky Dine Inc. will manage the restaurant.

Great Western Bank officially has become a division of Montana-based First Interstate BancSystem Inc. Parent company Great Western Bancorp, based in Sioux Falls, merged with First Interstate. The combined holding company will operate under the First Interstate Bank name and brand, and branch names are expected to change in May.

Thurman, Comes, Foley & Co. LLP is now Paceline Accounting Group LLP. Recent and anticipated retirements prompted the partners to seek a new name. Paceline employs 22 professionals and offers professional and personal accounting services such as audits and advisory, tax prep and bookkeeping, and succession planning. The office is at 416 S. Second Ave.

T-Mobile has opened a wireless store on the north end of Dawley Farm Village next to Ulta. It’s the second location in Sioux Falls and is open daily.

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