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O’Reilly Hospitality Management is developing its fourth hotel in Springfield and the first flying the Fairfield Inn flag.

After 12 years in private physical therapy practice, Bill vanHoornbeek is building his own clinic in Bolivar.

With Coryell Enterprises Inc. as construction manager, Verandas LLC is building 162 apartment units across four buildings on nearly 6 acres in south Springfield.

This project is designed to improve the efficiency and capacity of the chilled water loop on the Missouri State University campus.

Several months after Bair’s Grocery store and gas station closed on the south side, Mid-Missouri Bank bought the 1.2-acre parcel to relocate its 330 W. Plainview St. branch across the street.

Student and affordable housing developer Vecino Group is finishing out its Park East neighborhood with 103 units, mostly one-bedroom and studio apartments.

On the west end of Highway 76, the Bigfoot on the Strip attraction is anchored by a 200-foot tall free-fall ride and a food truck park.

Hotel developer Earl Steinert of EAS Investment Enterprises is building this four-story, 99-suite hotel behind his Hampton Inn fronting Glenstone and across Kerr Street from Enactus’ world headquarters.

Jared Enterprises is creating a shell building for Starbucks (Nasdaq: SBUX) and will serve as the landlord.

The fifth and final building in Farmers Park will be anchored by Guaranty Bank, which has committed to occupying 26,000 square feet across three of the building’s four floors.

Principals with Arkansas-based Reliance Health Care Inc. and Springfield-based Miller Commerce are partnering to develop a 120-bed skilled nursing center.

Relocating from Atlantic Street, the new church building is designed with a 400-seat auditorium, 13 classrooms, a coffee shop, kitchen and offices on 21 acres adjacent to Highway 13.

Developer Morris Dock is building the seventh and final commercial condominium in Twin Oaks Office Park fronting James River Freeway.

In the final three phases of the student housing development, Bryan Properties is adding three buildings and 300 beds at the Kimbrough Avenue and Madison Street complex near Missouri State University.

The expansion project adds about 10 classrooms, a new foyer and a family life center with a gymnasium.

Branson-based HCW LLC organized Battlefield Strip LLC to acquire the property and develop a shopping center project on the former site of Back Yard Burgers.

National retailers Burlington Coat Factory, Petco and Ross Dress For Less have signed on to the 98-acre development with access to both West Sunshine Street and West Bypass.

The building is designed as a sustainable and collaborative structure with solar panels on the roof, a rooftop meeting and social area, a test kitchen for work between chefs and culinary teams, and an in-house bike shop and coffee shop.

After operating at 3045 S. Scenic Ave., Ste. 100, for 10 years, Missouri Tile is expanding its showroom and warehouse by 6,000 square feet.

DanCo Cafe LLC is building the Queen City’s second south-side Newk’s on the former Balboa Bed Co. lot.

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