5517 South Campbell Ave, Springfield, MO, 65810

5517 South Campbell Ave Springfield, MO 65810

5517 South Campbell Ave, Springfield, MO, 65810
5517 South Campbell Ave, Springfield, MO, 65810
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Apr 18, 2019


  • General Commercial District C-2 Zoning
  • High Density Traffic
  • US Hwy 160 frontage
  • Located in Greene County
  • Mature timber


We are pleased to present development land located in the middle of high density traffic at the intersection of US Hwy 160 (also known as South Campbell) and Plainview. MoDot average daily traffic count of 31,816 verifies the heavy use of the frontage road. The subject property has 156 ft of US Hwy exposure which lends to high visibility & ease of access. General Commercial District C-2 zoning applies to this parcel, see attached docs for zoning specifications. Quick & easy access to schools, shopping, employment and residential areas regardless of the direction of travel. Go a short 1.6 miles north to James River Expwy, which leads to US Hwy 60 that travels east across the state or west to I-44. The opportunity to purchase development land in a stabilized area such as this is limited! Follow this link to watch our video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=no5_PuBw46c

Zoned C2 General Commercial District. Located in the high density traffic area.

Lot Size: 5.0 acres

Map of 5517 South Campbell Ave, Springfield, MO, 65810

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