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From the Ground Up: Raising Cane's, Store No. 513

Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based restaurant chain Raising Cane’s is adding to the busy intersection of Sunshine Street and Campbell Avenue, near the Bass Pro Shops campus.

On Greene County property between Springfield and Willard, Dollar General Corp. (NYSE: DG) is adding its 15th store in the Queen City and 23rd in the county.

On 25 acres at the southwest corner of U.S. Highway 65 and Cherry Street, an apartment complex is underway with a unique target market: dog lovers.

Los Angeles-based developer College Town International LLC is building a five-story, 194-unit complex at the site of the former Arbor motel on St. Louis Street.

Through Glenngary LLC, Keller Williams Greater Springfield real estate agents Rhett Smillie, Adam Graddy and Dan Holt are building a mixed-use center and targeting tenants in real estate services.

Developers Tommy Buterbaugh and Blake Gammon are bringing a dog park to the east side.

Construction on Homewood Suites by Hilton was delayed by rain earlier this year, pushing the original November completion to April 2021.

A vacation, rental home development is underway on Table Rock Lake.

Additional warehousing space is going up at Mouery’s Flooring.

Miller Commerce and Coryell Collaborative Group are teaming up to build a 32-villa addition to the Tera Vera senior living community off of Jefferson Avenue and Sunset Street.

In the Rountree neighborhood, a student housing project comprising 14 two-story cottages is on pace to wrap up by mid-September.

Construction at Nixa High School’s stadium will increase capacity to over 4,400 home team and visitor spectators, up from 2,500 fans.

West Plains-based developer Overland Properties LLC is adding on to the Battlefield Towers at the northeast corner of Lone Pine Avenue and Battlefield Road.

Falcon Electric LLC is in expansion mode with a new headquarters outside of Partnership Industrial Center East.

The new building will be used to house livestock during the fair.

Construction on CoxHealth's new hospital in Monett is on track to open to patients in early 2021.

Sho-Me Power Electric Cooperative is adding an operations center to its longtime headquarters in Marshfield.

Seasonal rain has altered the construction timeline for Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr Pepper Bottling Co.’s warehouse expansion.

SRC Holdings Corp. is in planning mode with a new industrial warehouse near Strafford.

Springfield Warrior Sports is building a gym just down the road from its current space on West Plainview Road.

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