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4 By 4 Brewing Company is expected to open for business in August or September, said Derek Shimeall, one of the co-owners. Shimeall and partner Justin Steenburgh expect to run day-to-day operations.
They are leasing 2,000 square feet of space in 2811 E. Galloway St., a storefront that faces Lone Pine Avenue, Sequiota Park and the Ozark Greenway trail.
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Developer Matt O'Reilly's firm, Green Circle Projects, is now ready to break ground on the new "Quarry Town" development.
Jessica Pearson, marketing director of Green Circle Projects, confirmed with the News-Leader on Friday, the final design of Quarry Town does incorporate Tesla chargers.
The mixed-use development will also have solar panels, an apartment building and about 20,000 square feet of combined office, retail and restaurant space, she said.
The apartment building will feature 101 units — a mix of one- and two-bedroom apartments, Pearson said.
Green Circle Projects also plans to build single-family homes in Quarry Town in the future, Pearson said. But they will not be included in the initial development.
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The new development at Sunshine and National, just across the street from Mercy Springfield hospital, is being undertaken by a company called Sagamore Hill Development Company LLC.
Sagamore Hill is constructing three buildings on the site, which together will total about 24,000 square feet. Murray said the developer could have fit more square footage on the property, but wanted to make green space a priority.
"The developer wanted to make this a long-term, unique development for the city of Springfield," he said.
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In place of the current buildings, a new development for restaurant and/or retail will be constructed. Developer Brad Thessing says he is talking to several possible national-brand tenants but isn't able to disclose any names.
"We are excited about the opportunity and the tenants we are going to be able to put here and help put the whole area back on the map," he stated.
Thessing said demolition work on the existing buildings would take place this coming spring, with construction of the new development beginning so after that.
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Springfield sure is growing. Great to see a ton of infill going in. Thanks Shwayze1994 for all the updates! Appears to be busy on proposals right now!
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Springfield is really beautiful.
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Completed Cresco development.
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Here's a little collection of pictures I took yesterday.









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Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium was named the best new attraction in the country, according to the results of an online vote by readers of 10Best, a travel website published by USA TODAY.
Just a little bragging rights for Springfield.
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I can't seem to find a lot of info on this one. But a nice little development west of MSU campus on S. Robertson Ave.
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Bonus shot of downtown this morning.

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http://www.biz417.com/Biz417/Jan-Feb...-and-Galloway/

It's a long read, but tons of info and very interesting. The article even compares Springfield to the likes of Austin & Nashville.
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Hotel Vandivort, which was voted Boutique Hotel of the year for 2016 by the Boutique & Lifestyle Lodging Association, has announced a brand new expansion. The expansion will include 48 new rooms & a rooftop bar. The development will be constructed on the parking lot that is currently at the corner of McDaniel & S. Robberson. Construction is supposed to finish spring 2019.




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One of those projects is the Missouri Hotel, which is currently being renovated by Titus Williams, owner and chief operating officer of Burning Tree Consulting LLC. Williams already had his eye on Commercial Street when he learned the Missouri Hotel was becoming available for purchase. The Kitchen Inc., a local nonprofit organization, ran a homeless shelter out of the building until 2014 when it put the building on the market and shifted its focus to providing permanent housing.

Williams originally planned to redevelop the Missouri Hotel with partner Matt Max Miller, and they purchased the property together. However, after a family medical crisis caused Miller to step away from the project, Williams made plans to buy out Miller’s portion of the building. Along with the Missouri Hotel, Williams is also redeveloping 12 other buildings nearby—with possibly more to come. Williams is still in the process of acquiring property for redevelopment. Depending on how many properties he is able to acquire, the project could range from $20 million to $50 million. Williams plans to create a destination center where people come for an experience. The project is anchored by a boutique hotel with connected multifamily housing, in which residents could take advantage of the hotel’s amenities, such as room service and dry cleaning. Also planned are artisanal shops and other unique retail options, office space and a distillery. Williams sees C-Street evolving into a travel destination where people would come and spend a weekend exploring the district, and he hopes the Missouri Hotel project will push that evolution along.
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It's a long read, but tons of info and very interesting. The article even compares Springfield to the likes of Austin & Nashville.
^ Wow that IS really long. I didn't have the patience to read it all, but I can definitely see qualities in Springfield that are comparable to the bigger cities mentioned.
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^ Wow that IS really long. I didn't have the patience to read it all, but I can definitely see qualities in Springfield that are comparable to the bigger cities mentioned.
It's very exciting times. Just hope the economy holds up for a few more years.
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I'm super excited for this one, I used to live a building down from this lot and I always hated how this huge field was in the middle of the downtown core.

http://www.news-leader.com/story/new...ld/1042524001/

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An empty lot at 430 E. Walnut St., co-owned by St. Louis developer Sam Chimento, will be home to a yet-unnamed "top of the line" and "upscale" development, he said. The total investment is expected to be $20 million.
Chimento said the building will have indoor and outdoor yoga areas, a fitness facility, private study rooms, a clubhouse and a "low-entry pool with cabanas around it."
The building will feature a combination of one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom units with a combined total of 344 beds, Chimento said. People will rent by the room, instead of by the unit.
Each bedroom will have its own bathroom and closet, Chimento said. Like a dorm, janitorial services will be provided for shared common spaces.
The building will be four stories tall above ground, Chimento said, with secure underground parking.
Construction is slated to begin in March, he said. Students will be able to start moving in August 2019.

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A prominent developer recently unveiled a vision for the next evolution of downtown Springfield in front of dozens of city officials and business leaders.
Among site plans and logo redesigns was a vision for a massive, golden art installation.Currently, the Idea Commons is home to several facilities, including the eFactory, a space for startup companies; the Jordan Valley Innovation Center, which houses more established, high-tech companies; and Brick City, home to the university's art programs.
Those facilities are now full, said MSU President Clif Smart, and Idea Commons is ready to expand.
"This series of projects could be a tremendous catalyst for the continued rebirth, renovation of this whole area," Smart said.
















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