One Stop Convenience Center
Ham Lake, MN
1 Stop Market: Groceries, MN lottery, scratch offs, fresh produce, bakery, propane tank/exchanges, firewood, DNR licensing, refrigerated & other live bait.
1 Stop Gas: Non-oxy fuel and 87
1 Stop Liquor Store: Wide selection of domestic and imported wines, fine craft beers, tobacco, keg orders. Free samplings every Friday night, Beer of the Month.
1 Stop Opportunities:
Employment opportunities, Commercial Kitchen Lease–Deli/Pizza; Call 763-999-5098
Newly renovated Convenience Center. After several months of renovation, upgrading equipment, and adding more coolers, freezers, and shelves 1 Stop Market opened the doors to the public in mid-December with the grand opening on January 3, 2021. Along with many convenient items, 1 Stop Market continues to add more merchandise such as: live bait, crappies minnows, lottery, DNR licenses, US postal stamps, and a limited supply of fruit and vegetables with the intent to add more produce as demand requires.
In the spring we will continue parking lot activities such as the food trucks like we had in the fall. We also hope to grow the parking lot activity to include a farmer’s markets and craft shows. There is also a commercial kitchen space available for lease for take out food. For more information, contact Stacy the ! Stop Center manager.
The positive feedback we have received on the Market has been outstanding. It is a pleasure to be a part of this strong hometown community of Ham Lake.
We will continue to enhance the Market making the stop in experience more pleasant and brighter while catering to our Ham Lake community.
With IKEA we completed full demolition and remodel the public area restrooms in phase one and the employees restrooms in phase 2. Restroom included employee showers, changing rooms, family area and a lactation area. The men’s urinal in the restrooms are water free urinals. All work was completed in compliance with the IKEA security program and on schedule.
Linder's Garden Center
New restrooms were established with four women’s units and three men’s units. Broadview Builders also identified moisture and structural damage on the existing building during demolition. The structural engineering process which included working with the City of St. Paul was expedited to fix the problem areas with little or no delay to the original timeline. The project was initiated after the New Year and was open for business on Valentine’s Day.
HOP21 Table Tennis Club & Bar
Men and Woman Restroom Remodel
The owner self-performed much of the project while Broadview assisted the owner in upgrading the existing bar for code compliance and remodeling the rest rooms for the ADA codes and a fresh new look