A cleaned-up Dico site that has been an eyesore for 25 years.
A new vision for Mulberry Street, as the homeless shelter there looks to combat food insecurity while also providing a roadmap for neighborhood redevelopment.
A bigger shift toward owner-occupied housing.
These are a few of the 10 things to keep an eye on next year in downtown Des Moines.
The pandemic has been "definitely a pause to downtown," said Kris Saddoris, vice president of development for Hubbell Realty Co. "It's not the death of downtown, and I think that's an important message to send."
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