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Sioux Falls has issued more than $1 billion in building permits so far in 2022, according to data from the City of Sioux Falls.

The current permit valuation at the end of July is $1,077,180,922. The total at the end of June was $868 million.

That number is on track to surpass last year’s record of $1.1 billion in permit valuations in the next two weeks alone, with nearly five months remaining in 2022 to add to the grand total.

Over 5,400 permits have been issued so far this year. Permits include all new residential and commercial buildings as well as additions, repairs and renovations to existing buildings.

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This time last year, only $607 million in building permits had been issued, meaning the valuation is currently up 77%.

Some of the biggest building permits issued by the city so far this year include:

  • $47 million: Steel District Canopy by Hilton
  • $46.7 million: Cherapa Place II
  • $43.9 million: Powderhaus Apartments
  • $43 million: Sage Meadow Apartments
  • $41 million: Sanford Medical Center parking ramp and office
  • $32.9 million: Millstone Apartments (formerly known as Sundance Ridge)
  • $29.1 million: Harrisburg Grade 9 Academy
  • $28.9 million: Steel District office building
  • $28.1 million: Stadium Commons – Stadium Crossing Apartments
  • $26.1 million: Harrisburg Middle School