The corner where Johnny Morris is building an epicenter for the outdoors, self-dubbed as “America’s Conservation Capital.”
Address: 644 W. Sunshine
Owner: Bass Pro Shops Springfield West LLC*
Tenants: Wonders of Wildlife offices and warehousing, White River Conference Center, WOLF School, Bank of America
Taxable Appraised Value: $10.4 million
Address: 1935 S. Campbell
Owner: Bass Pro Outdoor World LLC**
Tenants: Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Hemingway’s Blue Water Cafe
Taxable Appraised Value: $15.6 million
Address: 2011 S. Campbell
Owner: Campus Rentals LLC
Tenants: Bass Pro Shops Catalog Outlet
Taxable Appraised Value: $1.99 million
Address: 220 W. Sunshine
Owner: Robert E. Wilson Jr., trustee
Tenants: Rapid Robert’s
Taxable Appraised Value: $701,300
Address: 1832 S. Campbell
Owner: Wilson Properties Inc.
Tenants: Dollar Tree, Whole Hog Cafe, The Beef Jerky Outlet, Tandy Leather
Taxable Appraised Value: $2.95 million
Address: 1900, 1912 and 1948 S. Campbell
Owner: Bass Pro Outdoor World LP
Taxable Appraised Value: $826,400
Address: 1938 S. Campbell
Owner: American Sportsman Realty Holdings LLC
Taxable Appraised Value: $1.47 million
Starred Address: 500 W. Sunshine
Owner: American National Fish & Wildlife Museum
Tenants: Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium, Bass Fishing Hall of Fame, National Rifle Association’s Sporting Arms Museum, Boone and Crockett Club’s National Collection of Heads and Horns, National Archery Hall of Fame
Taxable Appraised Value: N/A
*Includes property at 513 W. Cherokee St.
**Includes property at 417 and 437 W. Cherokee St.
Total Value: Nearly 60 acres with a combined taxable appraised value of roughly $34 million, based on Greene County assessor records as of Jan. 1, 2017.
Source: Greene County Assessor
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