From left: Fargo City Commissioner Dave Piepkorn, Downtown Community Partnership President Melissa Rademacher, West Acres Mall CEO and grandson of George M. Black Brad Schlossman, Kilbourne Group President Mike Allmendinger, Kilbourne Group Project Manager Deb Wendel-Daub, KCM Construction Manager Michael Orth, KCM Superintendent Nick Giobres
On the morning of September 24, 2019, the community gathered to celebrate the opening of the first fully renovated floor of the historic Black Building at 118 Broadway in downtown Fargo. AM 1100 The Flag WZFG was there to document this milestone day in downtown Fargo.
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Ribbon Cutting for the Historic Black Building in Downtown Fargo
After a complete renovation, the fifth floor of the Black Building is ready! the Kilbourne Group invited the public to come and see the transformation of the Black Building in Downtown Fargo.
Today’s Black Building Breathes New Life Into Downtown Fargo
Mike Peschel, Managing Broker of Kilbourne Commercial Real Estate chats with Alex Taylor and Steve Hallstrom about the newly renovated Black Building and the evolution of downtown Fargo.
City of Fargo Has Big Plans Coming to Downtown
Fargo has programs to spur development downtown. What current big initiatives are happening in downtown? Jim Gilmour, Director of Strategic Planning and Research for the City of Fargo, joins the show live from The Black Building in downtown Fargo.
What Kind of Growth Can You Expect to See in Downtown Fargo?
Adrienne Olson, Communication Director for Kilbourne Group is excited about welcoming hundreds of new jobs and residents into the neighborhood in the next year!
City Programs Are Proven To Pay Off For The Tax Payers. Here’s Why:
City of Fargo Commissioner Dave Piepkorn joins “What’s On Your Mind” in downtown Fargo at The Black Building to talk about city programs and benefits for the Fargo taxpayer.
Bruce Furness, Former Mayor of Fargo, Highlights the Renaissance Zone of Downtown Fargo
Bruce Furness, who served as mayor of Fargo from 1994 to 2006, discusses his vision with downtown development, redesign of Broadway and initiation of the Renaissance Zone.