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A $16 million deal would use city general funds with no mechanism to recoup the expenditure. 

Court order posted to restaurant's door points to tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid rent.

425 Downtown LLC will manage the venue for the university.

Former longtime educator launches first-time business venture.

Editorial Vice President Eric Olson unpacks commercial real estate data for a snapshot analysis.

Springfield is getting a four-story Marriott-branded hotel near the intersection of National Avenue and Battlefield Road.

Developers praise city’s efforts to streamline processes.

$16 million deal includes purchase and renovations.

Stephanie Stenger and Heather Hardinger are selected for Athena and Rising Star honors, respectively.

Developer Matt Blevins bought the school to convert it into apartments. 

More than $6 million worth of residences qualify for SBJ feature in January.

Cassidy Station adds second phase of commercial elements.

St. Louis Cardinals agree to keep its Double A affiliate in Springfield until 2038. 

The 30,000-square-foot facility is slated for completion in spring 2024.

Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins seeks a solution for the Waters of the United States edict.

Developers are asked to make proposals to address a shortage.

The partnership with Springfield Public Schools also means financial services industry experience for students.

Kody Redwing succeeds Rick Manzardo, who becomes board chair for the development group.

A 24-unit building under construction will join six existing buildings this spring at The Foothills Condos at Thousand Hills.

Motion by Craig Hosmer to pause development is relegated to committee.

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