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O’Reilly Hospitality Management LLC
O’Reilly Hospitality Management LLC on June 23 moved into its new headquarters, dubbed The Hub, at 4045 E. Sunshine St. The 20,000-square-foot building is co-owned by David Ransin, whose Ransin Injury Law occupies a third of the space. Tim O’Reilly co-owns the rest, leasing small portions to two law practices: O’Reilly and Preston LLC and Bigler Law Office. O’Reilly declined to disclose the cost of the project but construction is estimated at $3.9 million, according to a city building permit. The Hub, designed by Jon Dodd of Buxton Kubik Dodd Creative and built by Rick Quint’s Q & Co. LLC, replaces offices rented at Killian Construction Co. headquarters. It includes a test kitchen for the hotel development company, a rooftop meeting area, a bike shop for OHM’s cycling team complete with showers and changing rooms, and energy efficient designs.
Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday 
Phone: (417) 851-8700

Waco Title Co.
Springdale, Arkansas-based Waco Title Co. moved June 26 to a larger office at 1517 E. Bradford Parkway, next to Parmele Law Firm PC, from 3256 S. Fremont Ave. Waco CEO Patrick Curry said the 11,000-square-foot office was purchased for undisclosed terms after former owner Trust Company of the Ozarks was acquired by Simmons First National Corp. The new location offers more client meeting rooms and an updated appearance for the title insurance and loan closing service. The former office soon will be listed for sale, Curry said. Waco has 19 full-time employees in Springfield and 190 companywide. Owned by Arvest Bank Group Inc., Waco was founded in 1885, Curry said, and the firm entered the Springfield market in 2010 through an acquisition of Lincoln Land Title Co. Inc., which dates back to 1886.
Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Phone: (417) 889-1818

Wildflower Vintage Market
After years of renting booths at other antique stores, Renee Owen opened her first shop, Wildflower Vintage Market on June 24. She bought an old brick building at 100 E. Jackson St. in Willard last year for an undisclosed sum, after Eternal Armory moved a few doors to the south. Owen’s sole proprietorship sells antique furniture and decor as well as vintage jewelry and quilts, most of which she buys at auction and estate sales and repurposes in a showroom less than 1,000 square feet. “It was the old bank built in 1906,” she said. “It has the vault, and I use that as my linen vault. It still has the working door and everything on it.” The market gets walk-in traffic, Owen said, from the restaurants in downtown Willard. She previously worked for 20 years in her husband’s homebuilding business, Shawn Owen Construction.
Hours: 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Thursday through Friday and 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Saturday
Phone: (417) 987-8995


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