Building for the Future and our Future Leaders

Sioux City is home to many successful and talented young professionals, as is revealed in the competition for each year’s top 10 under 40. This competitive list of applicable candidates brings new and innovative ideas, passion, and drive to Siouxland. Like most professionals, being involved, networking, and keeping busy are a part of the daily grind. Despite the busy lifestyle, many are still looking for places to live, events to attend, and things to do among the bright lights and night life of downtown Sioux City. Amid our current pandemic, or lifestyle reset, downtown is changing and growing to host whatever the future brings. 

Downtown Partners is launching a brand-new video series to give viewers the inside scoop into everything downtown. The first in this series focuses our community’s need for affordable, market rate housing. Developers are almost completed with several new living, working, and lodging units. In a world where staycations and coming home to be closer to family is trending, downtown is prepared. 

If you’re curious as to what downtown living is all about, this video series takes viewers inside all types of residential living spaces downtown. It explores each type of unit, its highlights, location, and building amenities. Bluebird Flats, Copper Flats, and The Warrior Apartments are the new residential spaces to the scene, with Historic Pearl Street, the United Center, Virginia Square, the Williges building, and 4th & Jackson condos all well established. With units available for rent or for sale, and other buildings full, downtown living offers a variety of options to fit just about anyone looking to call downtown home. 

Downtown Partner’s Business Development Coordinator, Grace, guides you through these videos with enthusiasm (and maybe a few bloopers) that take you around for a look inside downtown. Siouxland has been, and continues to be, a welcoming environment for professionals, families, and all generations. By keeping this energy, we will continue to create a more vibrant Sioux City.

Contributed By Downtown Partners, a non-profit organization that works with downtown stakeholders to create a vibrant, expanding downtown. To learn more about Downtown Partners and to stay up to date on downtown projects and events, visit

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