Where the Interstate 44 interchange is getting more traffic with intermittent closures of the southbound Highway 65 ramp
Address: 5157 E. Kearney
Owner: 744 Corner LLC
Tenants: Springfield Yamaha
Taxable Appraised Value: $1.9 million
Address: 5401-03 E. State Highway OO
Owner: RLR Investments LLC
Tenants: R&L Carriers
Taxable Appraised Value: $1.6 million
Address: 5575 E. State Highway OO
Owner: Terminal Land and Building Corp.
Tenants: YRC/USF Holland
Taxable Appraised Value: $2.25 million
Address: 5655 E. State Highway OO
Owner: Roadway Express Inc.
Tenants: None (vacant land)
Taxable Appraised Value: $297,400
Address: 3075 W. Old Route 66
Owner: GE66 LLC
Taxable Appraised Value: $483,800
Address: 3025 W. Old Route 66
Owner: Saia Motor Freight Line LLC
Tenants: None (terminal under construction, per Strafford building permit)
Taxable Appraised Value: $297,300
Address: 5841 E. State Highway OO
Owner: Galt Group Inc.
Tenants: Builders Rebar LLC
Taxable Appraised Value: $414,700
Address: 201 S. Cartage
Owner: JM&M Investments LLC
Tenants: Dugan Truck Line LLC
Taxable Appraised Value: $523,000
Address: 101 S. Cartage
Owner: QT Props LLC
Tenants: QTS Inc.
Taxable Appraised Value: $1.19 million
Starred Address: 3026 N. Mulroy
Owner: Peterbilt Springfield Inc.
Tenants: Peterbilt of Springfield
Taxable Appraised Value: $3.89 million
Total Value: Roughly 118 acres with a combined taxable appraised value of nearly $12.9 million, based on Greene County assessor records as of Jan 1.
Source: Greene County Assessor
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