Where North Creek Business Park is full, except for a 4-acre lot, and two warehouses are beginning construction
Where the city is calling for redevelopment and some are heeding the call.
Where retail reigns and Kickapoo Corners recently completed facade renovations.
Where commercial mixes with residential off the Galloway Trail.
Where College of the Ozarks owns former Price Cutter property and a new self-storage development is underway.
Where the city is emphasizing redevelopment, and a recent property sale signals new plans.
Where newer strip centers intermingle with veteran buildings with character
The corner where Johnny Morris is building an epicenter for the outdoors, self-dubbed as “America’s Conservation Capital.”
Where One Call is entering the market and the city’s largest trash haulers are clustered.
Where new owners recently cut staff and made news programming changes at the market’s top-rated TV station.
Where the Downtown Market was demolished earlier this year for development by the city’s Housing Authority
Where Sagamore Hill Development Co. plans a retail development on a vacant strip across from Mercy
Where restaurateur Pat Duran has opened Vespa Kitchen next to his Metropolitan Grill
Where construction crews are widening Republic Road
Where the James River is prone to flood during heavy rains and owners find outdoor uses for the land
Where Andy B’s invested heavily for a bowling and entertainment complex and a First Watch diner is planned across the street.
Where retail is king with Battlefield Mall and a prime corner spot was vacated by Regency Beauty Institute
Where Craig Wagoner has multiuse properties on both ends of the block via Water Street Development LLC and Olive Pit LLC 1 Address: 423 W. Olive Owner: Morris PCSQ LLC Tenants: …
Where Woodhurst Investment Co. owns 11 acres and individual companies own the office condominiums 1 Address: 1200 E. Woodhurst, Units P100 & 200 Owner: Laura W. McCaskill …
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