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• Residential • Restaurants, cafes, bars, and clubs (some hosting live music) • Coffee shops (some hosting live music) • Community radio station specializing in local music • Recording studios • Music equipment stores • Recorded music stores • Art and craft galleries • Antique shops • Gift shops • Other retail • Farmers market • Public open space • Festivals and events
Called C-Street by locals, Commercial Street is a tightly-knit community of trendsetters, artists, and environmentalists all working together to rebuild their vibrant neighborhood. C-Street has transformed from a railroad boomtown into a vibrant arts, entertainment and shopping destination. Check out all C-Street has to offer with the seasonal farmer’s market, chocolate factory, city’s oldest tavern, massage/day spa school, photo studios, art/antique/flea galleries, vintage shopping, environmental products, leaded glass, coffee shop and restaurants.
Commercial Street has become a desirable place to live. Twenty-nine (29) lofts now exist with 32 under construction or in the serious planning stages. This phenomenon has driven the revitalization that is underway. Many of these lofts were renovated with historic preservation of the original character in mind. Lofts lease quickly on Commercial Street, and oftentimes there is a waiting list. I have found a couple of lofts available now ranging from $595-845 per month in rent. You can find information for 220 Commercial Street and 200 Commercial Street lofts here.
There are numerous funding and financial assistance programs available for business owners and developers, including historic tax credits, a CID and TIF. At itsalldowntown.com, you will find a WEALTH of information regarding the various alliances, events and benefits available, including:
So if you're considering starting a business in Springfield, MO,considerCommercial Streetin downtown Springfield, and become part of the exciting movement in progress.
Here are a few properties to get you started!
For more information regarding the properties below, please call Lina Robertson, RE/MAX Solutions, at (417) 844-7265, or Randy Brown, RE/MAX House of Brokers, at (417) 887-5333, or click on the property links below.
Located on the corner of Commercial and Jefferson, and built in 1884, this 4,621 sf all-brick building is home to Ruthie's Bar and Grill. There is an apartment in back, and a loft above. The loft is currently vacant.
Built in 1932, this 4,500 sf building is located at the corner of Robberson and Commercial Streets, next to the police substation. There is approximately 1,000 sf of office space, and 3,500 sf of warehouse.
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