Liberty Plaza’s downtown core begins to take shape

BOX ELDER, S.D. —  If you drive through Box Elder, you’ve probably noticed quite a bit of progress being made at Liberty Plaza. The 110-acre project will include more than 500 housing units, a $12 million dollar physical training center, and plenty of retail space.

6 29 Liberty Plaza Sotvo 100 00 34 21still002Dream Design International says they’ve now entered phase two of development, adding in another 72 single family homes and additional apartments.

While supply chain issues slowed them at the get-go, they’re in full-swing now.

“We’re really excited to see this downtown core really start to take shape,” says Kyle Treloar, Vice President of Dream Design International. “We’ve got apartments scheduled; we’ve got new commercial suites, hotels, and all sorts of great buildings on the way, so we really expect to see even more construction pick up later this fall.”

Treloar says the remaining infrastructure – homes and streets – will be finished by this fall.

The 60,000-square-foot Liberty Center currently dominates the skyline and is set to be completed by mid-September.

They’ll continue to fill in buildings around for another 12 to 18 months.

“Everything is moving forward really quickly,” Treloar says. “The plans are being drawn up, the contractors are being secured, so we expect to see it move quickly.”

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