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Downtown Fargo Momentum

We’ve experienced a steady influx of redevelopment projects in our community within the last several years. Specifically, downtown Fargo has expanded with necessary, practical structures and tasty conveniences that enhance the experience of those who visit and work in the area—and we expect to continue adding even more value for our business owners!


In Progress

From the 18 stories of Block 9 to the request for proposal to redevelop the riverfront Mid-America Steel site, downtown Fargo’s progress is showing. Nearly two decades into its renaissance, it’s now a lively and growing hub for entrepreneurs, creatives, and locally-rooted, thriving businesses.

Downtown InFocus Plan

The downtown InFocus plan is a commitment by the City of Fargo to strategically invest in downtown Fargo. Hundreds of local voices shaped this plan: downtown neighbors, employees, businesses, artists, community organizations, institutions, students, visitors, grassroots activists, City staff and leadership, and downtown champions. Their words and ideas populate this vision for downtown Fargo.


State of Downtown

Downtown Fargo is home to historic buildings that tell our stories and many new mixed-use projects that illustrate our future.  Since the launch of the Renaissance Zone and the redesign of Broadway in 1999, the value of downtown property has increased from $150 million to over $600 million in 2018. The momentum is spreading as more people are choosing to live and work in a walkable, urban environment.

  • 1,411,205 sq. ft. of commercial space in the central business district (CBD) (2018)
  • 17,095 CBD employees (2018)
  • 975 national and local businesses
  • 3 universities within 2 miles of downtown Fargo
  • 35,000 college students enrolled in the Fargo Metro
  • 3,730 students enrolled at NDSU’s downtown campuses
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DETAILSSpaces Under Construction

Downtown has become a nationally recognized face for Fargo; a face that makes it increasingly easier to attract top talent to our region.
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STATSState of Downtown

See the statistics on who and what resides downtown.
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REPORTDCP Annual Report

The Downtown Community Partnership’s annual report.


We recognize that buildings and development not only impact those who inhabit them. The workforce, health, and economics of a community are all supported and increased by smart design.
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The work we will do here in downtown Fargo will assist us to unlock new and better ways to enhance our products and processes and they’ll create new services and business that will help maintain our global leadership position. ”

Troy Kraft, Vice President of Engineering, Doosan Bobcat

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“I live work, study, and play downtown. It’s amazing. My commute to school is 3 minutes, my commute to work is 2 minutes. I couldn’t ask for a better experience.”

Tommy Schmidt, Graduate Student, NDSU

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“We chose downtown because we wanted to create a connection to the companies and the culture that is a part of downtown in order for us to attract talent, partners, and people we want to work with.”

Joel Honeyman, VP of Global Innovation at Doosan Bobcat

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