Development milestones are happening fast at Ho-Chunk Capital‘s Flatwater Crossing in South Sioux City, Nebraska.
SOUTH SIOUX CITY — As the region emerges from the COVID pandemic, Flatwater Crossing developers anticipate construction picking up again at the unique South Sioux City housing and commercial development.
“We’ve got a lot of inquiries and demand coming out of COVID. We paused a little bit in 2021. We’re anxious to hit the ground running again,” said Dennis Johnson, chief investment officer at Ho-Chunk Inc., a development corporation owned by the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska and developer of the 200 acres being developed at 29th Street and Veterans Drive as a walkable urban neighborhood featuring a network of greenways, natural landscaping, plazas and trails.
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