Dream Design Projects

Over 1300 Acres under development
in Rapid City and the Black Hills

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Dakota Market Square is a 185,000 sqft commercial complex on the corner of Cambell Street and East North, one of Rapid City’s busiest intersections.

Phase 1 is fully leased, with 2,325-75,000 sqft available in Phase 2 located in the former Kmart building and an incoming strip mall that will sit along East North.

The complex is undergoing a major renovation with parking lot resurfacing, mechanical upgrades, landscaping adds, and facade updates.

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The Shepherd Hills Subdivision is a 700 acre project spanning from Eglin and East North (diagonal from Rushmore Crossing) to Highway 44 which will offer affordable, workforce, and medium to high end housing, Class A apartments, commercial and retail spaces, and an over 55 affordable housing community.

Construction is well underway and is anticipated to take 7-10 years.

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The Diamond Ridge Subdivision is the southernmost 30 acres of the overall Shepherd Hills development. Diamond Ridge will feature over 100 affordable and workforce level single family homes. 

Located directly off Homestead Street and extending to Valley Drive, Diamond RIdge offers easy access to many of Rapid City’s best amenities.

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The Johnson Ranch Subdivision off Elk Vale and Highway 44 in Southeast Rapid City features over 60 affordable homes, non-profits and essential services, and 15 acres of commercial land.

With direct access off East Saint Patrick Street, Johnson Ranch sees nearly 50,000 cars per day, making it an ideal location for your business.

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161 Acress off Elk Vale and Highway 44, the Orchard Meadows subdivision features ample green space and walking trails, access to the Elks Golf Course, and an easy drive to many of Rapid City’s favorite amenities.

When complete, the development will feature 100 single family homes, over 100 townhomes, Class A apartments, and commercial tenants.

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The Buffalo Crossing Subdivision at the corner of Catron Boulevard and Highway 16 is an 80 acre mixed use project with major medical and technical anchors. 

The project features commercial space for lease in the Hope Court Strip Mall and Hanger’s Facility on Addison Avenue, as well as additional land for sale in the Buffalo Crossing medical park. 

The Sky Ridge development in Spearfish, South Dakota will feature numerous affordable/workforce homes as well as sports fields and bike trails.

The project is still working through concept and design but additional details are anticipated by Late 2020. Homes should be under construction by August 2021.

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The Liberty Plaza project in Box Elder, South Dakota is a 110 acre mixed use project with single family homes, townhomes, apartments, commercial space and technology uses.

Off Liberty Boulevard and Ellsworth Drive, Liberty Plaza will feature the 59,300 sqft Liberty Center Recreation Facility, replacing the Pride Hanger for EAFB fitness and wellness activities.

The Black Hills Industrial Center is located south of Catron Boulevard along the Heartland Express. The center will be home to many technology and value-added agricultural industries to address our regional and national needs.

Industry leaders in technology and manufacturing have shown interest in the project and are making commitments to make this site a home for their business.  This includes Aesir Technology to construct a 120 million dollar facility to produce state of the art, batteries, meeting the demands of the rapidly growing renewable energy and technology industry.

The center will provide more than 2,000 professional jobs that will improve the regional wage scale and enhance the quality of life within the black hills.   The center will complement the mission at Ellsworth Airforce base and provide reliable employment for families of enlisted men and women.

Dream Design is proud to partner with local and state governments to bring the largest industrial development in Rapid City’s history.  It will transform our regional economy and help protect our natural resources and the environment in the Black Hills.