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From the Ground Up: Greene County Sheriff's Office and Jail

The Greene County Commission is moving the sheriff’s office and county jail to 20 acres south of the Springfield-Branson National Airport.

Fort Smith, Arkansas-based K-MAC Holdings is adding to its southwest Missouri properties with a second Taco Bell store in Ozark.

Sean Coatney of Countryland Homes is constructing the three-building project with commercial spaces and apartments.

A two-phased community for those ages 55 and older is being built off of Highway 60.

The company is relocating its field office to far South National Avenue.

The Dallas County R-1 School District is building a new technical center connected to Buffalo High School.

Southwest Springfield is getting its first stand-alone Starbucks store despite the coffee company announcing the closure of 400 stores over the summer.

Two municipal buildings are going up on a nearly 5-acre parcel near the U.S. Highway 65 and Industrial Park Drive interchange in Hollister.

Legacy Bank & Trust is building a four-story headquarters on the east side, where Meek’s Lumber Co. once operated.

Jenkins Diesel Power Inc. is rebranding to Jenkins Truck Center and relocating with a new building on the city’s west side.

At the northeast corner of Highway FF and Republic Road, two apartment buildings comprising 158 units are under development.

On the southwest corner of Highway FF and Sunshine Street, a four-bay Jiffy Lube is opening shop.

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.

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