Downtown Fargo hotel project canceled, A&A opens in expanded space, pizza shop closes
In this episode of the Business Beat Podcast, we hear about the brakes being put on a downtown Fargo development project and a new home for the popular Asian & American Supermarket.
In this episode of the Business Beat Podcast, we hear about the brakes being put on a downtown Fargo development project and a new home for the popular Asian & American Supermarket. Plus, an all-natural soap company expands into the Red River Valley.
00:54 Downtown Fargo hotel and apartment project canceled
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Sioux Falls developers withdraw $38.5 million plan that included former Public Health building because it's "no longer feasible."
Fargo's new Asian and American Supermarket is ready to make you feel at home, no matter where home is
“This will be the biggest international market in North Dakota and South Dakota,” says John Huynh, co-owner of the downtown store.
"It's become too much" to keep the eatery open, the owners said in a Facebook message. The last day is Saturday, Jan. 28.
The closing of the downtown location was announced via Facebook. All of Mexican Village's operations will be consolidated to the business's south Fargo location along 45th St. S.
Originally founded in Memphis, Buff City Soap is bringing two locations to North Dakota. The store carries plant-based soaps which are made in-house at each store.
Co-owners Gerald Bailey and Kaluah Smith say they hope to open the Classic Touch nightclub in mid-February in the southern portion of the building at 1500 11th St. N., Moorhead.