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Hyde Gallery occupies 2,800 square feet in the Hyde, Love & Overby LLP law firm building.
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Hyde Gallery occupies 2,800 square feet in the Hyde, Love & Overby LLP law firm building.

Longtime downtown art gallery relocates

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An art gallery that operated for three decades in downtown Springfield has a new home outside center city.

Hyde Gallery owner Janice Hyde said the venue on April 15 opened at 1121 S. Glenstone Ave. in the Hyde, Love & Overby LLP law firm building.

"The art is complementary to the detail in this historic building," she said via email of the Glenstone Avenue property built in the early 1900s as a residence.

Hyde Gallery, which showcases paintings, sculptures and other art, previously operated at 221 E. Walnut St. Hyde said she and her husband, Kent, sold the building, which also houses PaPPo's Pizzeria & Pub. The Hydes owned the building since 1989, she said.

Greene County recorder filings show the Hydes sold the building March 16 to 5M Property Holdings Inc. A deed of trust between 5M and Springfield First Community Bank for the property lists a note amount of $480,000.

The 5M holding company is registered to Marcelo and May Mantala, according to its business filing with the Missouri secretary of state's office.

Janice Hyde said Hyde Gallery occupies roughly 2,800 square feet of first-floor space in the South Glenstone Avenue building. She said the ground-floor space and a parking lot are beneficial to the art gallery, which previously operated on the second floor of the downtown building without dedicated parking. The downtown space also was around 2,800 square feet.

In a Missouri secretary of state filing, Kent Hyde is the registered agent for Hyde, Love & Overby, which owns the building.

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