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Dan's Supermarket To Anchor 72-Acre Development

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Business is booming in Bismarck.  (Say that three times fast.)  The most recent project gets the green light for building this Fall.

Bismarck's newest high school will have neighbors.  Retail, restaurant, office and medical all get together to join Legacy High School in Northeast Bismarck as the new kids in town.  Sunrise Town Centre will sprawl 72 acres -- and is expected to make Century Avenue and Centennial Road a go-to destination.  A high-profile commitment from Dan's Supermarket kick-starts the process.

"Grocery stores are always probably one of the predominant development anchor to go around.  Once you see a grocery store, generally, in an area, it makes for nice retail development around that; services to go around that; additional food to go around.  And we're just very excited about the whole development coming together," says Kyle Holwagner of Daniel Companies.

Phase one of Sunrise Town Centre, with its 40 acres, is scheduled for delivery of buildable lots this Fall -- with Phase two to follow.  Bismarck shoppers can expect some surprises.  "We're going to see some additional retail that's currently not in the market.  People are always excited about having new retail facilities and it's just a great area to grow," says Holwagner.

While Dan's Supermarket says there is no exact timeline for construction, they look forward to growing into that part of the community.  A development representative says they hope to see Dan's in place by the end of 2014.  Sunrise Town Center is expected to take about three years to complete.

 

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