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Open for Business: Downing Street Pour House

A Hollister pub that debuted in 2017 expanded to Springfield; 417 Magazine operator Whitaker Publishing LLC changed ownership; and the Re/Max House of Brokers franchise business was purchased.

A restaurant industry veteran launched a food truck; Courageous Family Group changed its name; and the north-side office of the Missouri Job Center relocated.

An Aug. 10 grand opening followed the July 6 start for employees at the $7.3 million Ozarks Technical Community College Republic Center; Rogersville-based real estate firm JNM Realty Group LLC moved; and fishing gear company Anything Possible LLC relocated to Springfield from Ozark.

Flooring Systems Inc. traded addresses on Kearney Street when it moved; Mercy Springfield Communities opened a physical therapy center in the Magers Crossing development; and Downtown Nutrition Club LLC filled a two-year-old vacancy downtown when it opened in June.

Franchise resale store Once Upon a Child moved to larger space; Beautiful Fight Woodworking LLC stretched out into retail space; and the fourth Springfield-area restaurant for Tulsa, Oklahoma-based barbecue chain Rib Crib opened.

CoxHealth Pediatric Specialty Center opened; Domino’s franchisees Art Hurteau and Marty Prather added a store in Marshfield; and Croley Insurance & Financial Inc. expanded to Mount Vernon.

B.J. Lowrance opened The Royal live music and bar venture; Strafford retail shop Pine & Picks LLC got its start; and a new Burger King opened in Springfield.

Communal-style dining concept Split Social Kitchen launched; Wicked Edge Barber Co., a mobile, full-service barbershop and salon, got rolling; and the Scotch & Soda space was converted into Sweet Boy’s Neighborhood Bar.

One music business replaced another; another celebrity chef eatery landed in Taney County; and Bub’s Distillery moved operations.

Craft breweries in Springfield hit double digits; the Webster County Justice Center began operating; and Canna Bliss LLC owner Jamie Tillman added a new venture next door to her CBD store.

Bourbon & Beale began serving diners on the east side of Battlefield Mall; Freedom Bank of Southern Missouri finalized the purchase of Community National Bank; and the Greene County Family Justice Center moved.

Culture Counter opened in the Rountree neighborhood; Boti Architects LLC moved to its first permanent office space; and Springtown Coffee Co. reopened.

La Luna Hair Academy LLC opened; WonderWorks Branson LLC got its start; and event space Venue on Brick in Ozark expanded.

Downtown Springfield gained a new concept; The Cattle Baron’s Boutique LLC opened in Bolivar; and Jeff Maggard’s 11-year-old Net-CloudIT LLC changed names and expanded its office.

Ozark-based The Firm Real Estate LLC made a move; husband-and-wife Douglas and Alison Gragson moved their counseling practice; and Burrell Behavioral Health’s rapid access unit launched.

Maria’s Mexican Kitchen Southside LLC opened; Lewisville, Texas-based Summit Truck Group LLC expanded in Springfield; and Polk County gained a new pizzeria.

Classic Rock Coffee franchisees Ashley and Brent McGuire brought a new brew to downtown Springfield; City Music of Springfield LLC started; and The Bonsai Guy opened.

Freckled Fig Catering LLC started in Nixa; 417 Rheumatology LLC opened; and Bolivar-based pregnancy resource center Alpha House moved.

Coryell Collaborative Group moved; Panini Grill opened; and Life360 Community Services occupied a former Price Cutter grocery store.

Tulsa, Oklahoma-based barbecue chain Rib Crib made a business pivot during COVID-19 restrictions; Ozark resident Michael Greenlee started his own revenue cycle management company; and property restoration company Solutions Systems Inc. established its first commercial office.

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