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Who Owns the Block: Chestnut Expressway and Belcrest Avenue

Where the Missouri Department of Transportation improved a railroad bridge

A mix of office, manufacturing and transportation operations

Where the Ernie Biggs property just hit the market for sale and Hotel Vandivort is coming along on its second property

Where newer commercial mixes with industrial, including a grain elevator turned mural

Where the vacant Central Bible College remains for sale adjacent to the sprawling Maranatha Village retirement community

A mix of commercial, residential and agricultural land north of Interstate 44 and U.S. Highway 65

Where a Kum & Go is under construction on the corner fronting the vacant Kmart building

Where civic activities are mixed in with commercial business

Where an industrial pocket is expanding just off Glenstone, leading to Bass Pro Shop’s corporate offices

Where 3M expanded, Menards opened and the new Chestnut railroad bridge is completed

Where the Mother Road is paid homage by a classic diner and car museum

Where McCann Printing just vacated its building upon merging with Color-Graphic Printing

Where the Interstate 44 interchange is getting more traffic with intermittent closures of the southbound Highway 65 ramp

Where Westway Shopping Center property stretches across 10 acres

Where roadway and sidewalk improvements are underway; also called The Brewery District

Where megaretailers abound and more development is coming

Where the Elle's Patisserie building recently sold and Ellecor Design and Gifts is relocating in Rountree neighborhood

Where CarMax plans to open its first Springfield car lot in the next couple of years

Where a pocket of office and industrial users are just off the business highway

Where the railroad slices across the city and industry borders both sides.

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