The Duckwall Team of Realtors
the Chris Fritch Team
If you want I have pasted a reference in the web link where you can tinker around with states in Anoka for new construction. There is not a ton of new construction sales volume available to really get good data. It should be higher than $100/sq.ft though. Even by Kirk's own omission the lot is typically not included. For someone buying a home I do add in that price, because if you are trying to compare prices to previously owned construction it makes the numbers smoother in my mind. Just my opinion there are a lot of ways to look at it differently.
Not sure why you asked this question in the first place, but I can tell you it is a ton cheaper to go previous construction. Find something "newer" built 2002+ that is a foreclosure and you get the best deals. If you feel like talking more about it, or would like some representation (it won't cost you anything to work with me anyways) just contact me directly through Trulia.
Happy Housing Hunting!