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Hyde Park Is Ready for Its Comeback

by Thomas Crone October 31, 2018

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I found these new renderings on Ballpark Village's redesigned website. One is of the Live Hotel and Pennant Building with a significantly redesigned fitness/market building with a rock wall outside and funky glass. The Rawlings Logo has also made a return. The fitness/market building has been through many redesigns recently so I would expect it to change again soon as it hasn't began yet.



Then there is this one. It is under the office building page and shows the Pennant Building's lobby looking North. The first leak of Phase 3 is included as the building outside the windows is currently not there or proposed.


Then there is a story I wrote about other tenants and these changes: https://www.buildingstlnews.com/the-...obby-rendering
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Kansas City developer plans $32 million project near Schlafly Tap Room in St. Louis

https://www.stltoday.com/business/lo...ign=user-share

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A Kansas City developer is proposing a $32 million commercial development across the street from the Schlafly Tap Room in Downtown West.

Matt Abbott, of Abbott Properties in Kansas City, wants to rehab five unoccupied buildings in the block bounded by Washington Avenue and Locust, 21st and 22nd streets, according to a city economic development agency.

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Busy day today for sure.
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Some nice shots from the recently opened Angad Arts Hotel by stlexplorer over at urbanstl.com:

http://www.urbanstl.com/forum/viewto...d426f0#p300035













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Grand Flats on South Grand Avenue

Altus Properties is building a new five story, 124-unit apartment building.

The new development is just blocks away from St. Louis University's expanding medical center, Tower Grove Park and the Missouri Botanical Gardens.

The $19 million project under construction in the 2200 block of South Grand Boulevard is expected to be complete in the second quarter of 2019.

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Monogram On Washington
recently opened in the former historic factory/corporate building.

Note: Attached link shows 360 views.

Kansas City developer, Michael Knight, has created 168-high end/market rate units in the old CPI Building - historically known as the Monogram Building.

The $36-million project has 112 one-bedroom, 32 two-bedroom apartments, plus 24 studio apartments. Monthly rents will range from about $900 to $1,500.

A local grocer, Fields Foods, will open on the ground level - giving downtown St. Louis its second full-service grocer.























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^^^Not to nitpick, but what's with the vinyl baseboards? Yuck.
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Developer plans 265 unit TOD near Forest Park-DeBaliviere Metro Stop/Loop Trolley route.




Full Story via Post-Dispatch: https://www.stltoday.com/business/lo...me-top-story-1
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Developer plans 265 unit TOD near Forest Park-DeBaliviere Metro Stop/Loop Trolley route.




Full Story via Post-Dispatch: https://www.stltoday.com/business/lo...me-top-story-1
This is the fourth development planned or under construction in St. Louis by Indianapolis based Pearl real Estate Funds (Pearl Companies). I like it a lot and it will do wonders to improve that area.
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Here's a larger version of the above rendering:

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I'm loving this current rebirth of Midwest cities!
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I'm loving this current rebirth of Midwest cities!
I'm loving it too! For St. Louis in particular, this cycle has changed us in a good way. While we still got a long way to go, it's clear that we won't be ignored much longer.
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Hotel at Clayton and Brentwood Moving Forward

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Prior to the Great Recession, Equis Hospitality had plans to develop a second hotel and parking garage next door to the University Club Tower in Richmond Heights and East of the Galleria. After several design revisions, concepts and other things related to development, this project is now moving forward. Originally meant to be a Westin Hotel, this modestly sized building will form a decent sized street wall along Clayton from 170 to Brentwood Boulevard. The current plans call for a 10 Floor hotel, designed by S+P architects of Clayton, parking garage and retail space at the base of the hotel.
Read more here: https://www.buildingstlnews.com/the-...moving-forward

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Apparently a parking agreement has finally been reached and this one is moving forward at NE corner of Forsyth and Brentwood in downtown Clayton.

http://www.urbanstl.com/forum/viewto...85b31&start=75

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While we still got a long way to go, it's clear that we won't be ignored much longer.
Real talk on both perspectives. There's still way too many areas that need rebounding. But things are definitely looking up in a sustained measure. Lots of work needs to be on the northside.
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1400 Russell $29-million, 130-units, now leasing in Historic Soulard near downtown


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Soulard Steelyard, $30-million, 126-units in Historic Soulard near Anheuser-Busch and downtown


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Hotel at Clayton and Brentwood Moving Forward



Read more here: https://www.buildingstlnews.com/the-...moving-forward

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Basic and horrible. Equis can do better. Hopefully, it's only conceptual.
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