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Missouri State University is infilling a portion of the second floor of the Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center for an expansion of the Efactory and the Cooperative Engineering Program.

The project for Greene County will renovate the existing courtroom and build precast concrete holding cells.

Along Highway FF in southwest Springfield, Miller Engineering PC is building a new headquarters in front of its current office in a multitenant building.

The new Greene County Sheriff’s Office and Jail will be able to house 1,244 inmates, up from 709 at the current jail.

Sunshine Eye Clinic is undergoing an interior and exterior refresh.

TLC Properties is constructing a 112-unit apartment complex for those 55 and older.

The Crossings at East Cherry multifamily apartments is designed for dog lovers.

West Plains-based developer Overland Properties LLC is adding on to Battlefield Towers at the northeast corner of Lone Pine Avenue and Battlefield Road.

Los Angeles-based developer College Town International LLC is building a five-story, 194-unit complex at the site of the former Arbor motel on St. Louis Street.

Greene County Family Justice Center relocates, while The Victim Center plans 2021 move.

The Collective plans to debut this week on Main Street.

The $14.4 million project is part of the larger IDEA Commons redevelopment plan.

The company is constructing a replacement location and closing another.

Hunter Chase is serving as the contractor for alleyway and parking lot upgrades.

Council also approves two advisory teams for the Forward SGF comprehensive planning process.

The project is under construction on nearly 12 acres off the intersection of Glenstone Avenue and Kearney Street where a Kmart store was demolished in 2019.

Ron Hartman buys the agency from six real estate agents.

Engineering firms will be on-site starting next week.

Landlord Gordon Elliott offers the property at a discounted lease rate.

SBJ honors leaders in industries such as health care, law and nonprofit.

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