Plaza Realty & Management Services, established in 1983, oversees leasing of office space, marketing, and property management of the Hammons Tower, John Q. Hammons Building, the U.S. Federal Court Building, Jordan Valley Car Park, the Enterprise Office Building and the Springfield Mini-Storage.
Both the Hammons Tower and the John Q. Hammons Building are located in the heart of downtown Springfield, situated amongst city, state, and federal government offices and in close proximity to financial institutions, universities, and medical centers. The University Plaza Hotel and Convention Center and the Springfield Expo Center, two of the largest hotel and convention facilities in the area, are both within steps of the Hammons Tower and the John Q. Hammons Building.
Both buildings lease office space to local, national, and international companies.
Opened in 1986, the 22-story Hammons Tower is one of the most recognizable landmarks in Springfield. The Hammons Tower consists of over 195,000 square feet of class-A office space and features amenities that include a private health club, conference and meeting spaces, 24-hour building safety, maintenance, janitorial services, and garage and street-level parking. Located on the 21st and 22nd floors of the Hammons Tower and available for events, conferences, and meetings, is the Tower Club. The Tower Club’s nine separate suites and ballrooms can be utilized to host events ranging from 10 to up to 250 guests.
John Q. Hammons Building
Sharing the Springfield skyline with over 58,000 square feet of office space is the John Q. Hammons Building. This nine-story office building sits adjacent to the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce. The Hammons Building boasts a drive-through, canopied main entrance, landscaped grounds, and its unique offices have sun-protected window walls. The John Q. Hammons Building offers ample ground-level parking and complete daily maintenance services.
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