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Multi-Use property for lease in Pierre, SD
Multi-Use - 122 East Sioux Ave, Pierre, SD
$0.85/SqFt/Month
1,284 SqFt

Three Room Commercial / Office Rental Available - Prime Location in Pierre, SD
Retail property for lease in Spearfish, SD
Retail - 310 S 26 Street, Spearfish, SD
$12-13.25/SqFt/Year
7,500-15,483 SqFt

Retail Center
Multi-Use property for lease in Spearfish, SD
Multi-Use - 312 South 26th Street, Spearfish, SD
$7-15/SqFt/Year
5,000-10,000 SqFt

RV Storage, Contractor Shop, Retail
Business Park property for lease in Sioux Falls, SD
Business Park - 523 N Kiwanis, Sioux Falls, SD
$2.7-3.25/SqFt/Year
2,000-14,000 SqFt

Retail- Light Manufacturing , Warehouse
Retail property for lease in Elk Point, SD
Retail - 1101 W Main St, Elk Point, SD
$0.83/SqFt/Month
2,187 SqFt

Former Dairy Queen property for sale. Excellent location, directly off Exit 18 on I-29 in Elk Point.
Office property for lease in Yankton, SD
Office - 610 W. 23rd, Yankton, SD
$11/SqFt/Year
5,299 SqFt

This beautiful, modern Professional Building is easy to find just off of Broadway, and just across t
Office property for lease in North sioux City, SD
Office - 600 N Derby Lane 1A, North sioux City, SD
$1250/SqFt/Month
1 SqFt

Main floor office space in North Sioux City, SD.

Many of the South Dakota commercial real estate listings are located in Sioux Falls. This is the largest city in the state and home to about 160,000 people. South Dakota has a total population of over 800,000.



When most people think of the economy in South Dakota, agriculture comes to mind. Indeed, the farming of rural commercial land for cattle, corn, soybeans, wheat and hogs is essential to this state's economy. Industrial space is also dedicated to ethanol and meatpacking.



However, it is interesting to note that the service industry in South Dakota actually brings in more money than agriculture. This aspect of the state's economy includes retail space, finance and health care.



Although South Dakota has among the smallest gross state products at $39.8 billion, it has been recognized by the CNBC list of “Top States for Business in 2010.”


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