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St. Louis project rundown

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#41 facilities man

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Posted 14 December 2005 - 09:57 AM

It's great seeing these older office buildings being redeveloped for residential. It's like a triple play. You save a beautiful old building take it from disrepair and make it an asset to the community by adding people and vitality back to the city.


#42 Southron



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Posted 27 August 2007 - 02:05 PM

According to the St. Louis Business Journal, the city has about a dozen high-rises in the works, several involving high-rise luxury condos.

Residential high-rises newly completed, under construction or planned:

Downtown/Laclede's Landing
  • Ballpark Village, a $650 million mixed-use development proposed for north of Busch Stadium that will include retail space and up to 1,200 residential units.
  • The Roberts Tower, a $70 million, 24-story condo tower with about 69 units planned for the corner of Locust and Eighth.
  • SkyHouse, a $67 million, 22-story condo tower with 166 units and retail space at 14th Street and Washington Ave.
  • Park Pacific, which is to include a new $70 million mixed-use development next to the former Union Pacific building at 13th and Olive streets (179 units). The existing building will undergo an $85 million rehabilitation.
  • Port St. Louis, a $25 million, 10-story condo structure with 49 units being developed as part of Lumiere Place, a $475 million casino and convention center on Laclede's Landing.
  • A $4.5 million three-story addition to an existing three-story building planned for First Street near Morgan Street (18 units).
Central West End
  • Renaissance on Euclid, a $115 million, 30-story residential building planned for the corner of Euclid and Pine Blvd.
  • Lindell Condominiums, a $93 million, 28-story tower with 200 units and retail space proposed for 4643 Lindell Blvd.
  • Park East Tower, a $50 million, 26-story high-rise with 89 residences at Laclede and Euclid.
  • Park East Lofts, a $25 million, six-story building with 52 units being built at 9 N. Euclid Ave.
  • 4545, a $28 million, 10-story, 34-unit development under construction at 4545 Lindell Blvd., between Euclid and Taylor Avenues.
Great to see so much going on in St. Louis. Details in the article.

St. Louis Business Journal: Reaching new heights