Emerging Developments

South St. Paul - A Proven Partner in Transforming Vision to Reality

Currently working through the development process in South St. Paul, the examples below represent the next wave of dynamic and high-quality investment coming to South St. Paul, with opportunities to add jobs, tax base, and high-quality housing.

New South St. Paul Animal Hospital Facility

SSP Animal Hospital New Location

The South St. Paul Animal Hospital, currently located at 501 Concord Street North, has been serving pets and their owners since the 1970s. With the increase in pet ownership in the last few years, it was clear to the South St. Paul Animal Hospital that they would need a larger facility to meet the needs of their clients.   

 The new facility would offer more than twice the amount of space of the South St. Paul Animal Hospital’s current facility. In addition to the vet clinic, the building would offer several commercial suites for other commercial users. This new facility will offer a modern space to meet the needs of the community’s pets for years to come.

Hopkins-based- real estate development firm the Beard Group is back with a second phase of their luxury apartment building “the Yards”. The "Backyards" will offer an additional 126 units including a mix of studio, one-bedroom and, two-bedroom units.

The Backyards will offer the same premium amenities as the Yards, including a fitness center, community room, underground parking, and a rooftop deck.  In addition to premium amenities, the Backyards will feature an interactive wall art display that highlights the city and its history. The display will include a panel showing the Mississippi River surrounded by historic South St. Paul locations including Kaposia Village and the stockyards. Both the Yards and the Backyards will have interactive, cow-related art that embraces the city’s history and keeps the legacy of the stockyards alive even as the city transitions into a new era.     

The Backyards

Yards Phase II Corner Shot
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Yards Phase II