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An August or September move is expected.

Proposal calls on developers to respect the existing design of the eclectic neighborhood.

The restaurant signs on for the center’s newest addition.

Nest Interiors expects to triple sales in 2019, offering home design and staging.

The purchase age for tobacco products rise to 21 from 18.

Parking at Hammons Field for a Springfield Cardinals game is getting more expensive – by nearly triple the rate a year ago.

The $300,000 project is designed as an “all-inclusive, sensory park” for children with and without disabilities.

The tiny homes nonprofit alleges discrimination under the American With Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act.

Construction of a McDonald’s restaurant near Sunshine Street and Campbell Avenue is moving forward after the previous building was demolished in May following a 2018 fire.

The home sells to a local family.

Tax liens are filed against Black Sheep, Char and Flame.

The retailer buys a vacant lot in The Shoppes at Branson Hills.

An addition is planned at the McQueary Family Health Sciences Hall.

The deal is part of a multimillion-dollar long-range plan approved earlier this year.

The owner of a parking lot and garage south of Hammons Field increases prices.

The community’s architectural and engineering professionals present these 25 projects as an insight into their portfolios.

Phase II of the estimated 150,000-square-foot Springfield Plaza retail center near West Bypass and Sunshine Street is underway.

The $19 million SilverLeaf is latest in active multifamily construction market.

The estimated $10 million project would bring more student housing and commercial space near the school.

The concept, which also features a bar for owners, is scheduled to open in 2020.

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