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Chris Stritzel
Jul 16, 2019
In Central West End
This 200 unit project will replace a 3-story apartment building by the name of "Park East Apartments". More details will be made public at a July 17th meeting. Developer: the Koman Group Architect: Remiger Design and Chris Cedergreen Builder: TBA Floors: 6 Height: TBA Cost: $50 Million Construction Begin: TBA Construction End: TBA Below is the site in blue. Below is the existing building.
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Chris Stritzel
Jun 17, 2019
In Central West End
The next office building in the Cortex innovation community is a 9 (or 10) floor, 320,000SF office building at 4210 Duncan. The design is meant to make an impact on the district and rid Duncan Avenue of a horrendous concrete wall from a former factory that was once on the site. The building will also become the first new building to be built since the parking garage was building. 4210 will, and others that will pop up overtime, will hide the garage from Sarah and Duncan. Developer: Ventas RE & Wexford Architect: Unknown at this point (potentially HOK) Builder: TBA (potentially Tarlton) Cost: $115 Million Floors: 9 (or 10) Height: Estimated at 125FT Usages: Office and Retail Construction Begin: Spring 2020 Construction End: Late/Winter 2021
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Chris Stritzel
Apr 25, 2019
In Downtown St. Louis
This new hotel will be built on a current parking lot in Downtown. The lot is next door tot he LeMeridien/Majestic Hotel. Developer: Hawkeye Hotels Architect: Dynamik Design Builder: TBA Cost: $18,000,000 Floors 12 Height: 145FT Rooms: 154 Construction Begin: Late 2019 Construction End: Sometime in 2021
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Chris Stritzel
Apr 23, 2019
In Downtown St. Louis
Developers Kunal Mody (Reimagine Hospitality) and Jordan Haas (Rock Capital Group) are planning to convert the 1926 era Shell Building into a 184 room hotel and ground floor retail space. The developers have acquired the building are have requested the LCRA to blight the property and approve an 87% tax abatement on the property. Alderwoman Tammika Hubbard supports the tax abatement. They’ll review the request at the April 23rd LCRA Meeting. Many are counting on the redevelopment to being more visitors to a Washington Avenue and spur some retail development there. Others are also saying that despite this hotel pushing the total number of hotel rooms under construction or planned in Downtown over 1600, this will be utilized more. Eitherway, I think it will be a good addition and bring some more life to the evolving Locust Street corridor. The Shell Building was originally built in 1926. Developers: Kunal Mody (Reimagine Hospitality) and Jordan Haas (Rock Capital Group) Architect: TBA Builder: TBA Cost: $38 Million Construction Begin: TBA Construction End: TBA Below is a panorama of Lucas Garden Park and the Shell Building. Attached to the building is the Jefferson Arms. Below is a post card image of Lucas Garden Park back when it was referred to as the Sunken Garden. The post card appears to be from the 1930s.
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Chris Stritzel
Apr 06, 2019
In Downtown St. Louis
Development coming soon! Until then, discuss the status of the buildings in the area from 55/44 to the River and the Poplar Street Bridge to Chouteau.
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Chris Stritzel
Apr 06, 2019
In Downtown St. Louis
This thread is for the mixed-use district that could surround the MLS Stadium if we get a team. Even if the development doesn't happen, this would be a good place to talk about your hopes for the area around the Stadium. I was told that the desire was to have a development similar to Ballpark Village built around the Stadium to bring some life to this sleepy area of Downtown West.
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Chris Stritzel
Apr 06, 2019
In The Grove (FPSE)
The old Kroger store will be turned into a party venue. This post will be updated with data. Developer: The Spencers Architect: Trivers
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Chris Stritzel
Mar 01, 2019
In South City
This highly anticipated project will see a former gas station be turned into the second Bailey’s Range Restaurant. A new addition will also be built for indoor seating. The addition will be on the back. It is expected to be a busy place upon opening in Late 2019/Early 2020. Developer: Dave Bailey Jobs added: 75
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Chris Stritzel
Feb 08, 2019
In Clayton
No renderings yet. This project will be built where older structurers currently stand in the heart of Downtown Clayton. The project is expected to include a hotel and condos. Retail space will also be included. this project comes as Clayton seeks to classify this area as an entertainment district. NOTE: Thread title will be updated when development name is released. Developer: Fred Kummer Architect: TBA Builder: TBA Cost: $270 Million Floors: TBA Height: TBA Usages: Condo, Retail and Hotel Construction Begin: 2020 Construction End: TBA Story: https://www.cityscene-stl.com/news/mixed-use-project-coming-to-clayton
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Chris Stritzel
Jan 27, 2019
In Clayton
This project will involve the complete reskinning of the hotel along with a full interior renovation of all the rooms and lobby area. The pool deck will also be redesigned to be outdoor rather than enclosed. Overall, it will look better. Developer: Silverwest Hotels Architect: HOK Builder: TBA Cost: $19.8 Million Construction Begin: TBA Construction End: TBA Additional Rendering... Current state of the building...
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Chris Stritzel
Jan 21, 2019
In Missouri
The 1800 Walnut project, now known as REVERB, has started construction in the heart of Kansas City's Crossroads. Since it's unveiling last year, there have been some notable changes in design such as... It appears that the orange/copper stepping façade was kicked out for silver. Some balconies were eliminated. The right side of the building lost it's wavy effect. Hopefully the stepping side is a stunner since this project's "wow" factor greatly diminished in my mind. STORY: https://cityscenekc.com/copaken-brooks-starts-work-on-crossroads-apartment-tower/?fbclid=IwAR28tlSeA0qWSqNQyrjiWCYP-hzHnMT7044ehnVeViLrwwpsizOzUHV1kuw Developer: Copaken Brooks Architects: Burns & McDonnell Builder: JE Dunn Cost: $40 Million Floors: 14 Height: 150FT Usage: Residential and Retail Construction Begin: January 2019 Construction End: Summer 2020
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Chris Stritzel
Jan 21, 2019
In Metro East
The plan here is to redevelop the building into a mixture of uses such as retail, office, entertainment, history museum and some residential space. The building has been consistently threatened with demolition by both the City and St. Clair County. Developers: Scottie Porter's Historic Restorations Inc and Building St. Louis (division of CityScene STL) Architect: Killeen Studio Architects Builder: TBD Cost: $16 Million+ Construction Begin: TBA - Phased project with façade restoration and general cleanup to take place first followed by interior work. Construction End: TBA Current state of the building... Interior: Podium Second Floor Interior: Floors 3-11 Interior: Floor 12 Large 12th Floor Windows...
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Chris Stritzel
Jan 20, 2019
In Metro East
No renderings to share at this time. This project is a mixture of both a concept and an actual development. According to Killeen Studio, the concept will be high-rise buildings overlooking St. Louis Missouri from the East Riverfront while the actual plan will be a redevelopment plan for several acres adjacent to the Riverfront. This thread is meant to be a place where all things related to this project and concept can be discussed. Developer: TBA Architecct: Killeen Studio Builder: TBA Cost: TBA Floors (Towers): TBA Height (Towers): TBA Construction Begin: TBA Construction End: TBA
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Chris Stritzel
Jan 17, 2019
In South City
Replacing the YMCA building, Grand Flats will add over one hundred apartments to the Compton Heights neighborhood and continue the street wall along Grand Boulevard. Developer: Altus Properties Architect: HOK Floors: 5 Height: 60FT Construction Begin: Early 2018 Construction End: Spring 2019 Additional Rendering...
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Chris Stritzel
Jan 15, 2019
In Midtown/Grand Center
This new project will continue the push to change this industrial area into a vibrant residential neighborhood,. This project is expected to have 10,000SF of ground floor retail space, covered parking, 96 apartments and an amenity deck. The material, to be used on the façade, is corrugated metal which is meant to be an ode to the industrial vibe. In addition to this, some of the units will include balconies and floor to ceiling glass (but only in SELECTIVE units). For a comparison of what the building will look like when finished, please see “Grand Flats“, 4220 Duncan and Pearl Companies‘ Forest Park-Debaliviere Project. Developer: Pier Property Group (PPG) Architect: Trivers Builder: TBA Cost: $20 Million Floors: 6 Floors Height: 70FT Construction Begin: Summer 2019 (Demolition of Existing Structure) Construction End: Late 2020 See Also (Other PPG Projects)... Steelcote Building: https://www.cityscene-stl.com/forum/midtown/steelcote-lofts Steelcote Crossing: https://www.cityscene-stl.com/forum/midtown/steelcote-crossing-7-steelcote-square Additional Rendering... #prospectyards #steelcotesquare
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Chris Stritzel
Jan 09, 2019
In South City
This project will redevelop one of the last abandoned buildings in the Lafayette Square neighborhood. So far, new windows are being installed as the project is aiming for a Fall completion. Status as of January 8th 2019...
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Chris Stritzel
Jan 09, 2019
In Downtown St. Louis
This is one of the last remaining buildings of the historic 4th street corridor. In August 29018, it was revealed that Midtown Locust Properties would redevelop the building into retail and apartment space. Since then, work has been done to the building with the most noticeable thing done is the re-introduction of the original windows and new doors being installed at street level. Apartment windows could go in soon. In my opinion, apartments are an odd choice for this location as this end of Downtown is pretty desolate and a train bridge is literally 50Ft away. It's not my money so what does my opinion mean to anyone at Midtown Locust Properties. Progress as of January 8th, 2019. Closer view. Lots of work still has to be done.
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Chris Stritzel
Dec 30, 2018
In Downtown St. Louis
No rendering to share at this time. According to sources, this building will be converted into a hotel with an annex building being built to the East. The annex could include a Food Hall concept. Developer: NuovoRE Architect: TBA Builder: HBD Cost: TBA (So far $700,000) Official Conversion Usage: Hotel Construction Begin: TBA Construction End: TBA
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Chris Stritzel
Dec 24, 2018
In South City
A retail building is planned for this long vacant lot in Soulard. Construction should begin soon on the 7500SF building as the timeline aims to wrap up in Q4 2019. It will be built a block away from Soulard Market and adds to the 9th Street Corridor of businesses. A previous plan to build townhouses, in 2015, fell through. Site as of today...
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Chris Stritzel
Dec 20, 2018
In North City
These houses will be built on a largely vacant collection of land in the Ville neighborhood. The development was rewarded tax abatements at the December 18th LCRA meeting. The total cost of the development is $3.8 Million which means the cost of the homes could start at $211,000 but of course the cost can move based on size. Site plan.
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