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Foxhole Brewhouse, TJ Maxx receive building permits from city of Willmar

Foxhole Brewhouse received a city of Willmar permit in January to construct a new building valued at $2 million; TJ Maxx received a permit to remodel the former Office Max building for an estimated $1.6 million.

Bailey Hovland / Tribune A few Foxhole Brewhouse patrons enjoy food from Green Mill with their craft brews during Trivia Mafia night Aug. 1 in downtown Willmar.
Foxhole Brewhouse received a building permit from the city of Willmar in January to construct a new building valued at $2 million.
Bailey Hovland / West Central Tribune file photo

WILLMAR β€” The city of Willmar in January and February issued building permits worth millions of dollars to Foxhole Brewhouse and TJ Maxx.

Foxhole Brewhouse was issued a permit in January for constructing a new building at 905 Business 71 that is valued at $2 million. Construction has been taking place during the past couple of months.

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TJ Maxx was issued a building permit in February to renovate the building formerly occupied by Office Max. The renovations are valued at $1.6 million.
Macy Moore / Tribune photo

TJ Maxx was issued a building permit to renovate the former Office Max building at the corner of First Street South and 19th Avenue Southeast, valued at $1.6 million.

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