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Old Posted Mar 14, 2017, 1:21 PM
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Recent progress drone video footage of project, "Encore at Forest Park".

Balke Brown Transwestern plans to build a 246-unit apartment complex at the Highlands at Forest Park, which is tucked away just south of Forest Park.

The $51 million complex, to be known as Encore at Forest Park, will be that last phase of Balke Brown's $250 million, 26-acre Highlands development.

The Encore apartments will be built on the last three acres of vacant land at the site along Interstate 64/Highway 40.

The Encore project, slated for completion in 2017, will include 37 studio, 79 two-bedroom and 126 one-bedroom apartments as well as four three-bedroom penthouse apartments.

It is four miles from downtown Clayton, one mile from Washington University in St. Louis, one mile from the WU Medical Center and two miles from CORTEX.

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Land has been cleared for the tentative project called, "Euclid" in the Central West End developed by Koman Group.

Shake Shack has signed on as one of the tenants. It will be the first Shake Shake in the State of Missouri.

The construction of the nearly $32 million mixed-use building at 32 North Euclid Avenue is about to get underway. Expected completion is summer 2017.

The "Euclid" project would have space for street-level stores, second-floor offices, 60 to 70 apartments on the four upper floors and two levels of underground parking.




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Old Posted Mar 15, 2017, 1:01 AM
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From St. Louis Post-Dispatch,

New homes near Grove to go on sale this fall for $300,000
By Jacob Barker St. Louis Post-Dispatch Mar 13, 2017

Work will start within weeks to turn land owned for years by Washington University’s redevelopment arm into nearly 150 new homes in Forest Park Southeast.

Chris Hulse and Kyle Miller of Unify Grove Development plan to build 50 new homes along Vista, Norfolk and Swan, in the southwest corner of the neighborhood near Newstead Avenue. The 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom houses are projected to sell for $300,000 to $350,000.

The development, called the View at Newstead, will also include two 20-unit apartment buildings. The first units should be ready by August or September.

Read more HERE @ NextSTL.com.



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From St. Louis Post-Dispatch,

New homes near Grove to go on sale this fall for $300,000
By Jacob Barker St. Louis Post-Dispatch Mar 13, 2017

Work will start within weeks to turn land owned for years by Washington University’s redevelopment arm into nearly 150 new homes in Forest Park Southeast.

Chris Hulse and Kyle Miller of Unify Grove Development plan to build 50 new homes along Vista, Norfolk and Swan, in the southwest corner of the neighborhood near Newstead Avenue. The 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom houses are projected to sell for $300,000 to $350,000.

The development, called the View at Newstead, will also include two 20-unit apartment buildings. The first units should be ready by August or September.

Read more HERE @ NextSTL.com.



FPSE, CWE, Cortex Clayton have to be the hottest areas in the entire region. I hope someday in the future that our downtown, riverfront and north st.louis will begin to see more investment and become as hot as these areas.
St.Louis so undervalues itself
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St. Louis-based Sansone Group and their partners - including Chicago-based Draper & Kramer - have plans to turn a vacant warehouse on The Hill into high end residential housing.

The $45-million project will feature 292 apartments, 58 town homes and 15 single family homes.

This would be the first new building addition that has happened on The Hill in decades.

The neighborhood is where Italians immigrants - mainly from Lombardy and Sicily - largely settled in St. Louis and it is where baseball legends Yogi Berra and Joe Garrigola where born and raised.

Celebrity chef Mario Batali, of The Food Network, describes The Hill as one of the top "Little Italy" neighborhoods in the country.

Read more about the project HERE, HERE and HERE @ NextSTL.com

See VIDEO HERE.

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116-unit apartment complex planned for South St. Louis along Grand Boulevard near St. Louis University Medical Center.

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