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It’s an oasis in the clouds of Farmers Park.

The shared headquarters of Ransin Injury Law and O’Reilly Hospitality Management LLC is a collaborative effort.

On the top floor of the Woolworth building overlooking Park Central Square, 14 employees are working on two dozen projects.

Designing Guaranty Bank’s headquarters at Farmers Park took longer than its construction.

Rows and rows of server racks. Double-door secured entry. Limestone walls wrapped around 80,000 square feet. Motion-sensor lighted hallways. Two 15-foot generators. One-way in; one-way out. And an …

Buxton Kubik Dodd Creative is in the business of design, which is clear by the firm's office.

As office life restructures, so does interior design to accommodate the changing times. How does one keep up with all trends?

Mark Miller is in charge of the Seattle, Washington, company’s pipelines business.

Planned developments include an apartment building, a hotel and a commercial development.

Officials break ground on $6.4 million worth of projects on the MSU campus.

Take a look at local home prices, equity and mortgage delinquency rates.

Springfield’s third Culver’s restaurant is underway at 1400 E. Sunshine St.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, insurance, media, municipal and nonprofit.

Harlan Hill is selected to take over for Chris Straw when he retires next month.

Sagamore Hill Development Co. is creating up to 15 units for retail and office tenants.

The organization’s longtime employment service director plans to step down at month’s end.

Tank Components Industries is expanding with a warehouse at its roughly 81,000-square-foot Partnership Industrial Center West plant.

Where is commercial real estate heading in the Queen City? SBJ sits down with industry experts to find out.

Springfield rises to 10th on WalletHub’s top places to flip a home.

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