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Who Owns the Block: Kearney Street and Grant Avenue

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Where the city is calling for redevelopment and some are heeding the call

1
Address
: 650 W. Kearney
Owner: Spirit SPE Portfolio CA C-Stores LLC
Tenants: Phillips 66 Gas Trip
Acreage: 0.6
Taxable Appraised Value: $465,900

2
Address
: 658 W. Kearney
Owner: Donald Williams Trust et al.
Tenants: Wade’s Automotive
Acreage: 0.21
Taxable Appraised Value: $181,400

3
Address
: 630 W. Kearney
Owner: Children’s Foundation Mid-America
Tenants: Presbyterian Children’s Home and Services
Acreage: 1.02
Taxable Appraised Value: N/A

4
Address
: 604 W. Kearney
Owner: James Scott Bradley
Tenants: Clean Life Coin Laundry, The Hairbenders, Sno-White Cleaners
Acreage: 0.42
Taxable Appraised Value: $205,400

5
Address
: 504 W. Kearney
Owner: Slaughter Family Trust
Tenants: None (Flowers-a-Plenty closed)
Acreage: 0.18
Taxable Appraised Value: $94,500

6
Address
: 527 W. Kearney
Owner: Merlin L. Artz Trust
Tenants: Family Pharmacy
Acreage: 0.25
Taxable Appraised Value: $214,300

Starred Address: 633 W. Kearney
Owner: Union National Bank of Springfield, Missouri/Boatmen’s Bank
Tenants: Bank of America
Acreage: 1.52
Taxable Appraised Value: $1.5 million
 
Total Value: Over 4 acres with a combined taxable appraised value of roughly $2.7 million, based on Greene County assessor records as of Jan. 1, 2017.

Source: Greene County Assessor

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