Where College of the Ozarks owns former Price Cutter property and a new self-storage development is underway.
Where is commercial real estate heading in the Queen City? SBJ sits down with industry experts to find out.
Springfield rises to 10th on WalletHub’s top places to flip a home.
Gov. Eric Greitens says the cancellation will save taxpayers millions of dollars.
It’s unclear what MMXVII Holding LLC plans to do with the property.
The company expects to open the nearly 4,000-square-foot location next summer.
Dr. David and Linda Brown are scheduled to be honored during a December luncheon.
The purchase comes a month before the architecture company’s planned move to National Place.
The company’s executives are relocating through the end of the month.
Property owners may have to register their structures and be held liable for nuisances.
Where the city is emphasizing redevelopment, and a recent property sale signals new plans.
The health clinic on Missouri State University’s campus is being replaced with a new building opening in early 2018.
Collaboration was prominent Nov. 9 at the 33rd annual Salute to Design and Construction Awards.
In Battlefield, though, city’s proposed use tax narrowly fails.
The Queen City average grows by 2.8 percent, according to real estate market tracker CoreLogic.
The local ballot also includes county and city of Battlefield tax issues.
The governing body also considers rezoning property for a vet clinic.
A company spokesman says its two planned Springfield locations should open next year.
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"We all want to build something, we all want to do something fun," says Tez Ward, a financial adviser with Morgan Stanley. "But then once it's built, we set it to the side and move on." Ward says the …