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SBJ highlights 17 projects representing $158.2 million and over 960,000 square feet of new construction.

The second phase of Hotel Vandivort is a five-story expansion in the adjacent lot to the existing boutique hotel in downtown Springfield.

A year after entering Ozark, Youngblood Auto Group is expanding its dealership.

Burnsville, Minnesota-based Northern Tool and Equipment is coming this fall to James River Commons.

The shell building in south Springfield is designed with up to six tenant spaces.

Bryan Properties LLC plans to open a new hotel near downtown Springfield this fall.

Red’s Giant Hamburg is returning 35 years after the iconic Springfield restaurant closed.

Roughly 1,000 square feet is being added to the existing Domino’s at the corner of National Avenue and Cherry Street for an expanded kitchen.

The Coryell development family is adding to Coryell Commons in south Springfield with another 28 apartments for the 55 and older demographic.

Developer Mike Seitz of Triple S. Properties Inc. is making headway on his multiyear development plan for Deerbrook Marketplace.

Coryell Collaborative Group is developing the mixed-use Cambium with 127 multifamily units and 9,000 square feet of office space.

The development is in line for $7 million in TIF assistance over 15 to 23 years.

The 55 and older independent living community has a planned summer opening on 9 acres a mile east of the U.S. Highway 65 and State Highway CC interchange.

Ozarks Technical Community College in February broke ground on an education center in Republic.

Mercy Springfield Communities and Pitt Development Group LLC are developing a family medicine clinic on the southwest side of Springfield.

A partnership of Miller Commerce LLC, 3B Holdings LLC and Dave Pavlin is developing a community for seniors.

Russell Cellular is building a new headquarters just two miles from its current home.

More than a year of work at Springfield Underground is coming to a close this summer.

A hot dog venture dubbed Frank ‘n’ Steins launched; the first Bank of Bolivar branch in Marshfield, dubbed BOB Community Financial, opened; and Armstrong World Industries Inc. (NYSE: AWI) finalized its acquisition of Marshfield’s Architectural Components Group Inc.

The Wooten Co. is adding 48 units across two buildings at its Republic Palms complex.

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