• STURGIS, SD (8/1/2017) –Wildflower Townhomes, a 15-unit residential community, is coming to Sturgis. Located on two acres surrounding the former Francis Case elementary school, it is designed for people of any age who want carefree, ground level living.

    Owners/developers Tim and Peggy Heuston will host an informal public “Meet and Greet” on Friday, August 18th, from 5:00 – 7:00 pm, at the Sturgis Area Chamber of Commerce. They encourage potential tenants and anyone interested in looking at the plans, including those in the construction trades, to stop by to learn more about this exciting residential community. Construction plans will be finalized over the winter, with groundbreaking for the first townhomes in Spring 2018.

    The 2-bedroom leased townhomes will have attached garages with off-street parking and include lawn care, snow removal and external building maintenance.

    The Heuston’ state, “We are so excited for this opportunity to return to South Dakota and the beautiful Black Hills. Sturgis is a progressive, unique city in such a pretty setting. The City and SEDC have been very encouraging, and we really appreciate the warm welcome. One of the best experiences of our lives was building a similar development in Pierre. We are confident that Wildflower Townhomes will offer Sturgis another quality housing choice, and we look forward to putting names with faces at the “Meet and Greet”.

    Sturgis City Manager Daniel Ainslie adds, “Council has considered several housing options for this site. We are pleased to welcome the Heuston’s and their experience with this type of residential housing. In addition to filling a niche in our growing community, its design and the Heuston’s professional management will complement the neighborhood aesthetics.”

    SEDC President Pat Kurtenbach states, “Wildflower Townhomes is an exciting development for Sturgis residents. We are fortunate to have the Heuston’s bring us their proven housing concept. We thank them for their investment in the community, and welcome a spring groundbreaking.”