From the twin cranes at Block 9, to the ribbon-cutting on a new Fargo City Hall, downtown Fargo’s progress is showing. Nearly two decades into its renaissance, it’s now a lively and growing hub for entrepreneurs, creatives, and locally rooted, thriving businesses. Downtown has become a nationally recognized face for Fargo; a face that makes it increasingly easier to attract top talent to our region. 2018 was a banner year for downtown Fargo with $120M in building permits, and the best is yet to come.

2018Projects Underway or Announced

Black Building

  • Renovation underway
  • Bobcat moving offices
  • Executive offices and full floors available

Exchange Building

  • Renovation completed in 2018
  • New office tenants
  • 347 SF-5,017 SF of office space available

Roberts Commons

  • 72 new apartments
  • 455 stall parking garage
  • 8 new retail/restaurant tenants


  • Opening Summer 2019
  • 84 new apartments
  • 17,000 SF of restaurant & retail space

Bostad Apartments

  • 117 Broadway
  • Opening May 2019
  • 22 one of a kind apartments

Hancock Building

  • Renovation underway
  • 109 Broadway
  • Built in 1903

Block 9

  • Fall 2020 expected completion
  • Mixed-use infill under construction
  • Retail, office, hotel, condos, public plaza

Dakotah Block

  • New north side storefronts
  • Three new restaurants
  • Black Coffee & Waffle Bar coming soon


We recognize that buildings and development not only impact those who inhabit them. The workforce, health, and economics of a community are all supported and increased by smart design.

The most inspirational part of working downtown is feeling immersed in like-minded businesses who all want to see Fargo succeed.”

Jack Yakowicz, Vice President of Sales & Marketing of Office Sign Company – Fargo, ND

A nexus of creativity”

Boston Globe


Businesses are choosing downtown Fargo to enhance their company culture and to attract and retain the region's best talent.

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