The city’s tax increment finance commission plans to hold a hearing March 5.
Stan Dobbins seeks funding mechanisms to put the city and its infrastructure projects back on track.
Where North Creek Business Park is full, except for a 4-acre lot, and two warehouses are beginning construction
Through Valscott Properties LLC, Scott and Valerie Gayer are building a storage facility to add to their portfolio.
Two buildings in a budding Republic industrial park just might be the welcome mat officials need.
Springfield City Council gave a green light for more than 12 acres of new commercial space expected to hit the market soon.
Former investor Jonathan Eilian’s J.D. Holdings plans to buy at least 35 properties through a landmark bankruptcy settlement.
A carnival experience called America’s Fun Spot is planning a May opening on Highway 76.
New properties by two hoteliers unleash 200 rooms in the last two months.
The governing body tables a bill that calls on streetscape improvements and other initiatives.
Web Producer Geoff Pickle takes a look at a southeast Springfield home for sale at $8.9 million.
St. Louis developers are investing in a planned development downtown.
Development interest heightens with major south-side additions underway.
Life.Church is launching a campus at the vacant south-side building, according to the project architect.
Three Missouri partners plan an upscale project with Walnut Street and Jefferson Avenue frontage.
Two real estate industry colleagues and friends buy the 18-hole, 7,000-yard course.
Officials want to convert Campbell Elementary into an early childhood center and Parents as Teachers hub.
It’s unclear what owner Randy Magers plans to do with the additional land next to his multiuse development.
Where the city is calling for redevelopment and some are heeding the call.
Construction crews broke ground in September and Ozarks Food Harvest officials completed a fundraising campaign at year’s end to fund the expansion in North Creek Business Park.
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CB Social House changed its name to Social; Tri-Lakes Community Theatre merged with The Branson Arts Council Inc.; and Springfield Community Gardens expanded into the kitchen at Cox North.
“My whole life goal is to change the world, one connection at a time,” says Keisha Mabry. Mabry, who is an author, speaker, and social entrepreneur, says she had a “quarter-life crisis” and …