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From the Ground Up: Missouri State University residence hall

Bryan Magers of Bryan Properties LLC is developing a residence hall across from Missouri State University’s campus with a private parking garage and dining facility.

Base Construction & Management crews broke ground in late February after Anderson Engineering officials received a property rezoning and annexation from Springfield City Council.

After earning city approval for development incentives, Greenway Capital LLC and Brent Brown began building in a blighted area in March.

Following construction of Mercy clinics in Ozark and Bolivar, which is still underway, Springfield businessman Doug Pitt is working with the St. Louis-based health system on another local clinic.

After a car wash was demolished, crews began erecting a retail center in its place.

A Pizza Ranch franchise is set to occupy half of the new space along the Glenstone Avenue side of Battlefield Mall.

Burnsville, Minnesota-based Northern Tool and Equipment this fall plans to open its third Missouri store.

Magers Management Co. owner Randy Magers is building a two-story apartment building next door to his brother Bryan’s dorm development underway on the Missouri State University campus.

Developer Tom Rankin is building another $5 million speculative building in the Garton Business Park.

Creative Audio owner Don Fleury is building a multiphase headquarters and distribution center for his five-store mobile electronics business.

Sonrise Baptist Church plans to move to a new building with a 3,200-square-foot sanctuary and seven large classrooms.

Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen will begin serving up its Southern cooking this summer to Branson Landing residents and visitors.

The Wooten Co. is adding 48 units across two buildings at its Republic Palms complex.

A former Greene County-owned parking lot is being transformed into a two-story operations center.

The drive-thru tunnel wash in Republic is the first for Speedy Kleen in the Springfield market.

The four-story, 98-room Tru by Hilton is designed to appeal to millennials in the midscale pricing category, officials say.

First Baptist Church of Willard is adding classrooms and a new entryway to its existing building.

OTC is moving the agriculture program to its rural Richwood Valley Campus in Christian County.

Longtime developer Mike Seitz of Triple S. Properties Inc. is making headway on his multiyear development plan for Deerbrook Marketplace.

The new branch, which would be BluCurrent’s fourth, represents a return to Glenstone Avenue.

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