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Who Owns the Block: West Chestnut Expressway

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.

Where Zimmerman Properties has its eye on additional development, down the street from its headquarters under construction

Where large corporations are mingled with small businesses.

Where Reliable Imports occupies a large stretch across from Hickory Hills Country Club

Where a warehousing and manufacturing district is experiencing some renewal by Global Expeditions.

Where North Creek Business Park is full, except for a 4-acre lot, and two warehouses are beginning construction

Where the city is calling for redevelopment and some are heeding the call.

Where retail reigns and Kickapoo Corners recently completed facade renovations.

Where commercial mixes with residential off the Galloway Trail.

Where College of the Ozarks owns former Price Cutter property and a new self-storage development is underway.

Where the city is emphasizing redevelopment, and a recent property sale signals new plans.

Where newer strip centers intermingle with veteran buildings with character

The corner where Johnny Morris is building an epicenter for the outdoors, self-dubbed as “America’s Conservation Capital.”

Where One Call is entering the market and the city’s largest trash haulers are clustered.

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