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KILBOURNE GROUP

Owner Troy Thomson said with its modern kitchen equipment and furnishings, 117 Broadway N. would be a turnkey operation for restaurateurs.
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Partnership between Kilbourne Group, the city and other private partners brings healthy mix of apartments, condos, parking and commercial space to the old city center.
InForum cartoonist Trygve Olson comments on a new riverfront development in downtown Fargo.
The Public Benefit Corporation is seeking to get the City of Fargo's nod to build 181 units of affordable housing in the city's downtown. Kilbourne Group is seeking approval to build one of its mixed-use housing and commercial projects on the same land.

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Hotel occupancy, rates and revenues recovering faster than expected, thanks to a return to in-person conventions, sporting events, the Convention and Visitors Bureau reports.
The commission on a narrow vote, agreed to have EPIC's project heard by the city's Community Development Committee.
Global Development, Kilbourne Group would partner with city to build on space next to Old Broadway. Another hotel and/or event center are being considered nearby.
All of the projects presented so far include housing, whether apartments or condos. One plan includes an upsale hotel, while others include retail and commercial space.
A Fargo man who loves photography and construction took thousands of pictures of the Block 9 construction site.
The 100-year-old building, formerly the home of King House Buffett, will be upgraded for modern retail and office spaces. The first major tenant, a Chase Bank branch office, is nearing completion.

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Hundreds of apartments and condominiums have been built in the neighboring downtowns in the last few years, with hundreds more planned to come online in 2022, officials say.
The space itself (Broadway Square) has been heavily commercialized, with sponsorships ranging from a $50 selfie stand, to $1,500 for a water filling station, to $100,000 for a mega-screen. When spaces are privatized, they become transactional, and center on commercial interests instead of community needs.
Smartt Interior Construction specializes in prefabricated interior construction solutions for corporate, health care and educational facilities.

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