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Here are a couple updated pics from over the weekend





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Old Posted Sep 6, 2017, 4:19 PM
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Another proposal for downtown Clayton. READ


Shaw Park Apartments

-Address: 8049 Forsyth Boulevard (Forsyth Blvd. is one of the most expensive streets in the country.)
-Developer: Flaherty and Collins (Indianapolis)
-Architects: Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart
-Cost: $100-million
-Units: 250
-Height: 263 Feet
-Mixed-Use Space: 10,000sf
-Levels: 25-stories
-Parking Spaces: 373





Applications were submitted today for site plan and ARB review.











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For those interested, here are some of the more Big time developments" in the St. Louis region. http://www.buildingstlnews.com/stl-projects.html
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Old Posted Sep 11, 2017, 6:43 PM
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St. Louis University's (SSM Health) new $550-million hospital facility/campus is about to get under way in Midtown South.

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Woodward Lofts moving forward on Tower Grove Ave

https://nextstl.com/2017/09/woodward...wer-grove-ave/


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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building is the former home of the Woodward & Tiernan Printing Company, which was the 5th largest printing company in the country in the 1920s.


















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Work begins on long-vacant Pelican Building...

https://nextstl.com/2017/09/work-beg...ican-building/





...in conjunction with this project, which is still undergoing design revisions:

https://nextstl.com/2017/03/contempo...and-ymca-site/




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Old Posted Sep 12, 2017, 9:30 PM
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Ittner-Designed Clark School to Become 44 Market Rate Apartments

https://nextstl.com/2017/09/ittner-d...te-apartments/

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The Clark School is part of one of the most stunning ensembles of public and institutional architecture in the St. Louis region. The historic promenade just north of Delmar on Union Blvd includes Union Avenue Christian Church (1904), the Cabanne Branch of the St. Louis Public Library (1906), Pilgrim Congregational Church (1906), the former St. Louis Artist’s Guild (1907) — today’s Boo Cat Club — Ittner’s stunning design for Soldan High School (1908), and the former Young Men’s and Women’s Hebrew Association (1925) — the J — at 724 Union. Begun immediately following the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, the Union Blvd promenade recreated in permanent stone and terra cotta what the fair had created out of temporary plaster and staff.
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Chemical Building Redevelopment to Begin

https://nextstl.com/2017/09/chemical...lopment-begin/

The vacant 16 story Chemical Building at 721 Olive Street downtown has a new owner. According to city records, Morgan Communities of Pittsford, New York has closed on the property. HBD Construction is the contractor. The developer is moving quickly on the project, with construction bids due this week to replace the windows on the historic structure.

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Chemical Building Redevelopment to Begin

https://nextstl.com/2017/09/chemical...lopment-begin/

The vacant 16 story Chemical Building at 721 Olive Street downtown has a new owner. According to city records, Morgan Communities of Pittsford, New York has closed on the property. HBD Construction is the contractor. The developer is moving quickly on the project, with construction bids due this week to replace the windows on the historic structure.

Hopefully the 8th time's the charm on this project.
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Woodward Lofts moving forward on Tower Grove Ave

https://nextstl.com/2017/09/woodward...wer-grove-ave/







thats right on an active rail line last i checked...might be a bit noisy...
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thats right on an active rail line last i checked...might be a bit noisy...
yep. supposedly the developer plans to install soundproofing. should be alright--maybe even cool--as long as the trains aren't too frequent.
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Old Posted Sep 19, 2017, 4:58 PM
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Vandeventer Estates: First market rate homes built in Vandeventer since 1940s

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Fifty-one single family market rate houses and townhomes are planned for the Vandeventer neighborhood. Located just a few blocks North of Delmar and two blocks west of Grand, phase I of the development will include 43 lots on the 3900-4000 blocks of C.D. Banks and Finney.
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These homes will be the first market rate, new construction, single family residences built in the Vandeventer Neighborhood since Vandeventer Place was demolished in 1947. Another sign that St. Louis is finally beginning to bridge the Delmar Divide. See our story from yesterday: Breaking down the Delmar Divide.
https://nextstl.com/2017/09/vandeven...r-since-1940s/





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Wish those were brick all around, but hey, I'll take it! Great news for the North side!
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Progress on East Danforth campus at Wash U
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Wish those were brick all around, but hey, I'll take it! Great news for the North side!
They would not be cost effective if they did, especially in that area. But I applaud the investment starting to take place north of Delmar. It's very encouraging.
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Progress on The Euclid in the Central West End. 6-stories, 71-units.

The Euclid is a building where St. Louis' first Shake Shack will go.









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Old Posted Sep 25, 2017, 4:23 PM
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St. Louis is converting abandoned gas stations into restaurants as if abandoned gas stations were going out of style.


Benton Park Gas Station to Become Restaurant at 1956 Utah


https://nextstl.com/2017/09/benton-p...ant-1956-utah/

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Designed by locally respected firm Saum Architects and built in 1937 by Harry F. Sieving, the property operated for decades as Burgherr’s Service Station. Before Interstate 55 was constructed, Utah Street provided an uninterrupted east-west connection between Grand and Broadway. This was a street without tracks, a route that allowed drivers access that was unimpeded by streetcar stops.
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Chef Chris Bertke will will bring to 1956 Utah a mixed menu with a large selection of clean food options — ingredients that avoid the Environmental Working Group’s “Dirty Dozen” foods most contaminated by pesticide residue. Half of the menu instead will higlight the “Clean Fifteen” ingredients most likely to be pesticide free. Plans include GMO-free, organic and gluten-free options.
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While the owners are aiming to keep the menu affordable, they also are hoping to go tip-free. A previous venture Carolyn Bauer has run with her husband Sam — food service at City Museum — has succeeded tip-free. Sam says that their average worker there makes nearly $40,000 a year because their hours are more consistent.




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Ballpark Village Gains Accounting Firm PwC and Rawlings Officially in New Renderings

The entire project's design ahs been refined. The Hotel is 8 floors and the Office portion is 12 floors. The Residential Tower itself is now 30 floors. there will be a 900 car parking garage in the development.

Read the Story Below.

http://www.buildingstlnews.com/the-b...e-with-tenants
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