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From the Ground Up: Kansas Expway Self Storage, Phase I

Through Valscott Properties LLC, Scott and Valerie Gayer are building a storage facility to add to their portfolio.

Canyon View Capital Inc. is adding 180 units across seven buildings in the final phase of Golden Pond Apartments.

Construction crews broke ground in September and Ozarks Food Harvest officials completed a fundraising campaign at year’s end to fund the expansion in North Creek Business Park.

Christian County Courts is building a three-story office adjacent to its Justice Center on the Ozark square.

Crews are transforming the old Hickory Hills Elementary property into a retail site for Menard Inc.

Central Bank is converting this ATM site for its 22nd full-service branch in the Springfield area.

This summer, 70 furnished studio apartments will be complete in two four-story buildings fronting National Avenue from Missouri State University’s campus.

James Tillman, owner of Complete Electrical Solutions, is developing a center for up to four tenants in south Springfield.

Springfield’s third Culver’s restaurant is underway at 1400 E. Sunshine St.

Sagamore Hill Development Co. is creating up to 15 units for retail and office tenants.

Tank Components Industries is expanding with a warehouse at its roughly 81,000-square-foot Partnership Industrial Center West plant.

The new Kum & Go Marketplace fuel station and convenience store on South National is going up on the site of a former store.

The health clinic on Missouri State University’s campus is being replaced with a new building opening in early 2018.

Idaho Falls-based Sunterra Springs is building its first rehabilitation center in Springfield, but its second in Missouri.

Plaza Tire Service plans to open its third Springfield store before the end of the year.

The 61-room hotel is expected to be complete less than a year after officials broke ground in The Vineyard, a development by Thane Kifer near Southwest Baptist University.

Maxon’s Diamond Merchants owners Rick and Jane McElvaine in January plan to relocate from the Brentwood Center to a new building.

Brentwood, Tennessee-based Tractor Supply Co. (Nasdaq: TSCO) is preparing to open a store on the west side of Highway 13.

Combined, the development is estimated to cost $3.5 million.

Zimmerman Corporate is building a multistory headquarters for its family of companies.

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