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From the Ground Up: Deerbrook Marketplace

5557 N. 21st St., Stes. 1-5, Ozark

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Owner/developer: Triple S. Properties Inc.
General contractor: Morelock Builders and Associates Inc.
Architect: Torgerson Design Partners LLC
Engineers: CJW Transportation Consultants LLC, civil; Pinnacle Design Consultants LLC, structural; Green Engineering LLC, mechanical, electrical and plumbing
Size: 11,594 square feet
Estimated cost: WND (The city of Ozark does not record estimated costs on building permits.)
Lender: Bank of Sullivan
Estimated completion: mid-April
Project description: Longtime developer Mike Seitz of Triple S. Properties Inc. is making headway on his multiyear development plan for Deerbrook Marketplace. With two out of eight lots occupied by Kum & Go and McDonald’s, the next project is a five-bay shopping center. Project listing agent Brad Thessing of Thessing Commercial Realty said Primas Mexican Grill has leased the endcap to relocate its Ozark restaurant. Development plans for the acreage northwest of the highways 65 and CC interchange date back to 2014, when Ozark officials gave Seitz a $4.5 million tax abatement package, and established a community improvement district to cover some $4 million in expected public improvements. Calls to Seitz and Ozark Planning and Development Director Cameron Smith were not returned by press time. Deerbrook Marketplace’s remaining lots, ranging from 1.3 acres to 7 acres, are listed for sale by Thessing between $8 per square foot and $20 per square foot. He said tenant discussions are ongoing with hotel chains, retailers and medical office users. The Zaxby’s franchisees in Springfield have said they plan to open their third location in the Ozark development, but Thessing said a lease is not yet signed.

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