BADGEROW PROJECT MOVES FORWARD

BADGEROW PROJECT MOVES FORWARD

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A LOT OF ACTIVITY HAS BEEN GOING ON AROUND SIOUX CITY’S DOWNTOWN BADGEROW BUILDING THIS WEEK.

JACKSON STREET WAS CLOSED TO TRAFFIC THURSDAY SO A GIANT CRANE COULD BE USED FOR WORK ON THE BUILDING.

CITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR MARTY DOUGHERTY SAYS PLANS FOR THE BADGEROW TO HOUSE A DATA CENTER ARE PROGRESSING:


OC……OR SOME TENANTS. ;16

THE BADGEROW HAS BEEN OWNED BY MAKO ONE CORPORATION OF CALIFORNIA SINCE MAY OF 2007.

DOUGHERTY SAYS MAKO PRESIDENT BRUCE DEBOLT ISN’T READY TO SAY WHO WILL BE USING THE BUILDING:


OC…..IN DOING THAT. :18

DOUGHERTY SAYS THE CITY WILL HAVE NO FURTHER FINANCIAL INVOLVEMENT IN THE BADGEROW IMPROVEMENTS, AS THE DEVELOPER IS FOCUSED ON GETTING THE DATA CENTER IN PLACE:


OC…ARE ON GOING. :19

BRUCE DEBOLT OF MAKO ONE DECLINED A TAPED INTERVIEW.

HE DID SAY HE’S OPTIMISTIC TO SEE THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL ON THE PROJECT.

DEBOLT SAYS HE HOPES TO HAVE THE BADGEROW BUILDING READY WITHIN THE NEXT FOUR MONTHS OR SO.