The district would make facility improvements with the funding.
Developers did not give a reason, according to a city spokesperson.
The nonprofit is fundraising to match a $5 million grant from the state.
Springfield governing body decides to carry a conditional use permit request into 2023.
Temple Hall, which may become Roy Blunt Hall, also is slated to undergo millions of dollars' worth of renovations and additions.
The lawsuit alleges deed restrictions prohibit the company's proposed development at Sunshine and National.
Heritage Flats is a five-story mixed-use development with 6,350 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.
Kathy VanWey additionally is promoted to executive vice president.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, architecture, banking & finance, health care, law, military, nonprofit and tourism.
A grand opening event is scheduled next month.
The corner of North Main Street and Tracker Road in Nixa is abuzz with development activity, and the latest structure to emerge is the Walker Heights Retail Center.
The residential project for the homeless is slated for completion next year.
Dec. 13 is the date members will decide if Proposition S will move to voters in April 2023.
A new livestock handling facility is designed to offer more public education and research opportunities.
The James P. Keeter School of Engineering was launched six years ago.
The comprehensive plan that will take Springfield through the year 2040 is no longer just a theory. Forward SGF is a fact, following City Council action on Nov. 14.
Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, health care, insurance, municipal and nonprofit.
The 38th installment of the annual Salute to Design and Construction Awards Banquet offered a chance for professionals to be recognized for standout projects and career distinctions.
In the race to open the $40 million, 120,000-square-foot Robert W. Plaster Center for Advanced Manufacturing, faculty and staff from all over Ozarks Technical Community College pitched in.
Whataburger launched its second local store; Branson shop Revive Juice and Coffee Bar LLC moved; and a new Monett branch of the Barry-Lawrence Regional Library District opened.