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Old Posted Mar 28, 2018, 4:49 PM
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Here's a really nice fan rendering of the two new towers going up next to Busch Stadium.

It's spliced together from 2 separate renderings.

One Cardinal Way on the left at 29 stories, and 200 S Broadway on the right at 33 stories.

Courtesy of Shadrach over at urbanstl.com:



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the view of the arch will be blocked..... ugh
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100 N. Kingshighway breaks ground on Tuesday, Feb. 27th. Updated rendering:



http://www.urbanstl.com/forum/viewto...1026&start=300
reminds me of Taipei 101.
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Old Posted Mar 28, 2018, 8:38 PM
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the view of the arch will be blocked..... ugh
only the right leg. in any case, preserving views of the Arch for a subset of Cardinals game attendees shouldn't really dictate downtown development.
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One Hundred is officially U/C! Bad images as the weather is awful this morning but here's what I could get of the foundation work.



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Mendenhall & Beaumont Renovations Advance Along Locust

https://nextstl.com/2018/04/mendenha...-along-locust/

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Acting as Mendenhall Partnership LLC, Jassen Johnson’s Renaissance Development Group has applied for a $5 million building permit to convert the historic warehouse at 2315-21 Locust in Downtown West into offices. Kenrick Design and Construction is listed as general contactor and Anthony Duncan is the architect. Johnson is working in partnership with Ken Nuernberger of ND Consulting. The building will be anchored by integrated marketing agency Scorch. Smaller offices will range in size from 1,250 to 2,580 square feet. Johnson hopes to lease the third floor as a 5,200 s.f. restaurant space with possible 1,500 s.f. roof deck.






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Johnson also has closed on the purchase of the Beaumont Telephone Exchange a block west of the Mendenhall across Jefferson at 2654 Locust. His partner for that project is Downtown-based Twain Financial Partners. Plans for the area first broke last Fall. They hope to convert the 100,000 s.f. Beaumont into between 45 and 60 apartments as well as office space. The property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is eligible for state and federal historic tax credits. Farther off are plans for an adjacent parking garage, boutique hotel and retail shipping-container plaza on that block. The projects combined could cost $55 million.




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Plans Progress for Cortex Aloft

https://nextstl.com/2018/04/plans-pr...-cortex-aloft/

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MC Hotel Construction applied last week for a $17,000,000 permit to begin foundation work on the planned Aloft hotel in the Cortex innovation district. Situated between Duncan and Forest Park Avenues, primary access will be from Duncan. The five-story hotel will have 129 rooms and is expected to open in Fall 2019. The Cortex Aloft will feature modern décor in a tech-forward environment. A second-floor WXYZ entertainment bar will open onto a balcony overlooking Cortex Commons. A separate one-story restaurant will front onto Duncan. MC is an affiliate of Maryland Heights-based Midas Hospitality.




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16(!) historic buildings to be renovated as Chippewa Park project breaks ground.



These are the unsung hero projects that really help cities like St. Louis rebound.

Full story from NextSTL: https://nextstl.com/2018/04/rise-bre...and-dutchtown/
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Plans for City Foundry Phase II underway



Includes three new office buildings - one with some good height.

Full Story on NextSTL: https://nextstl.com/2018/04/city-fou...gins-phase-ii/
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The new MetroLink CORTEX station under construction near the still-under-construction Microsoft Technology Center Regional HQs builiding in CORTEX.


Cortex MetroLink Construction by Bi-State Development, on Flickr

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^ so much amazing shit going on.

And more promising news for CORTEX:


Developer plans more buildings in St. Louis' booming Cortex innovation district

http://www.stltoday.com/business/loc...0e0fe49fb.html

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Mark Gorski, director of development at Wexford Science and Technology, said the Baltimore firm has had master planning exercises with design firm HOK for two new buildings that would likely be similar to the new Microsoft building at 4220 Duncan Avenue and the @4240 facility Wexford developed for $73 million in 2014.

“Because of the success we’ve seen with our other buildings, we’re anticipating future growth and are planning for that — we’re definitely in that (growth) mode,” he said. “We’re spending considerable dollars going down that road in terms of design and are exploring what the best use of that remaining space could be, but it’s too early to speculate on a timeline of when we may break ground.”
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New Life for Historic Southside Tavern & Gambling Den

by Greg Johnson

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A mix of newly renovated commercial and residential spaces are coming to a once notorious and now crumbling shell at Chippewa and California. Helping reverse decades of neighborhood decline, the investment continues a budding renaissance along the Chippewa corridor four blocks south of the now thriving Cherokee Street commercial strip.

A streetcar line along California once connected the two commercial districts. Interior construction began this week on the two and three-story structure at 2755 Chippewa. Plans include four commercial and seven residential units. Three years of planning have gone into the $1,060,000 project.
NOTE: this is one of the 16 Chippewa Park rehabs that Soulard&Como referenced above.













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Very cool. Love that trolley shot...
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50-Story Tower Planned for the North Riverfront

I reported on this today...

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It has been nearly two years since the Business Journal talked about Alterra's $400 Million vision that would include numerous rehabs and the construction of a new 50-Story Riverfront Tower just North of Lumiere Place. After digging around and contacting people, it is safe to say that the ambition is still alive, and is further ahead in the design process than many of us think or thought. In what could be the tallest building in the city (and state), it has me anxious to see the design. The tower will clock in over 600 feet tall and be situated just North of Lumiere Place and the Four Seasons (literally).


The tower is being planned to be along the Broadway Strip, just about two or three blocks north of Lumière Place and the Four Seasons Hotel. This area is home to bars, a store or two and Bissengers as well as a loft building just behind them...
Read more here: https://www.buildingstlnews.com/the-...er-in-planning
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Well, that would definitely make quite the impact on the skyline and stretch it farther to the north.
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" ST. LOUIS! " I'm so happy seeing ' The Gateway City ' progress. This shouldn't happen to any lesser place than such an incredible town with such nice people.

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13 Townhomes Planned for Central West End



This project will not seek any tax abatement.

More info: https://www.parkcentraldevelopment.o...ing-5-2-18.pdf
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13 Townhomes Planned for Central West End



This project will not seek any tax abatement.

More info: https://www.parkcentraldevelopment.o...ing-5-2-18.pdf
very nice, i remember not so long ago when sarah street was the ragged edge of the central west end...now it's like a mini euclid activity node.
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Renovation of the Peper Building Underway in Laclede’s Landing

by Emily Hood

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Advantes Development is amidst a $12 million renovation of the former Metro Transit headquarters. The first display units are slated to be complete by July 3rd concurrent with Fair St. Louis, which returns to the riverfront this year following a $380 million renovation of the Arch grounds.

Built in 1899 for $50,000 by architect A.M. Beinke, the building was home to the Christian Peper Tobacco Company. Founded in 1873, the company originally occupied the building immediately to the north at 719-727 N 1st Street, which was constructed in that same year. The red-bricked 701-715 neighbor is actually comprised of two buildings; a subtle change in the style of windows 9 bays north of Lucas Avenue indicates the separation. The wide-planked floors in this 6-story warehouse were slanted to allow tobacco workers to roll barrels toward the levee.






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