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Trip Rhodes moves to new agency while he is co-developing The Ridge in south Springfield.

Clifton Petty officially takes on the top job at the Breech School of Business.

Additional warehousing space is going up at Mouery’s Flooring.

The rate is decreasing to 57 cents for every $100 worth of assessed valuation.

Jeff Kester succeeds the retiring Miles Noennig.

The nonprofit is consolidating properties in Springfield and Ozark.

The 2,100-square-foot coffee shop is expected to open in the first half of 2021.

The office would serve more than 30 southwest Missouri counties.

Its second Springfield store is scheduled to open in 2021.

Mountainside Outfitters is in the due-diligence phase for a development, according to a local official.

A mixed-use development plan that’s been opposed by neighborhood members since 2018 is scheduled for a vote next month.

Miller Commerce and Coryell Collaborative Group are teaming up to build a 32-villa addition to the Tera Vera senior living community off of Jefferson Avenue and Sunset Street.

In SBJ’s summer project report, 18 active construction jobs represent more than $271 million in investments and 1.8 million square feet of new construction, additions and renovations.

Through Glenngary LLC, Keller Williams Greater Springfield real estate agents Rhett Smillie, Adam Graddy and Dan Holt are building a mixed-use center and targeting tenants in real estate services.

Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr Pepper Bottling Co.’s warehouse project is expected to be completed in two phases.

Mid-Missouri Bank is building a three-story headquarters with a rooftop terrace just 100 yards south of its current operations center.

Miller Commerce LLC’s senior housing complex is designed with 51 independent living units, 50 assisted living beds and 20 memory care beds, officials say.

Warson Brands, which produces occupational and uniform footwear, is building a new office, distribution and warehouse facility.

Homestead at Crosswood comprises three apartment buildings with three stories and 24 units each.

Officials say the center will include agriculture facilities and shop spaces.

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