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If you're looking for the next exciting entertainment experience in St. Louis than look no further. The Lawrence Group has created City Foundry STL by taking a former 15-acre Century Electric Foundry complex and making it home to St. Louis' first food hall opening in 2019. In addition to this unique dining experience, plans are being put together for creative office space and other retail opportunities. Additional information can be found on their website:

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Back in the 1930s the historic Armory Building was used by the Missouri National Guard as a location for their training camp. Today, Green Street Properties is taking this property and adjacent land and turning it into a hub of innovation. Office spaces, about 1,000 parking spaces, and a potential hotel are only pieces of what's in store for the area. Additional information can be found on their website:


If you're looking for the next exciting entertainment experience in St. Louis, then look no further than the Lawrence Group's City Foundry STL. The project took a former 15-acre Century Electric Foundry complex and made it home to St. Louis' first food hall, a 30,000 sq. ft grocery store, a 10 screen movie theater, creative office space, and much more.  Additional information can be found on their website.


Rec Hall at the Armory will feature expanded tail-gate/backyard type offerings. Also included are a full bar, stage, multiple private event spaces, and a full kitchen. Adjacent to the historic Armory building, the 40 Grand is a Class‐A rental community consisting of two 10‐story mid‐rise apartment buildings with glass and masonry exterior cladding. The property will be a true Transit Oriented Development (TOD) with immediate access to Metrolink and Metro Bus, as well as the Brickline Greenway. Additional information can be found on their website.


Midas Hospitality acquired the headquarters of Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis to make way for a new seven-story hotel with features including 153 extended-stay rooms, 10,000 sq. ft. of retail space, a rooftop lounge, fitness center, pool, and a "borrow-a-bike" program. More information on the hotel's timeline and features can be found on Midas Hospitality's website.


Picture a community space that transcends boundaries – a vibrant, open and welcoming network of paths and places that invite discovery and exploration while creating equitable opportunities for everyone to thrive. A visionary project shaped from the voices of the people who will use it each and every day. This is the Brickline Greenway: a pedestrian-friendly trail going from Forest Park to Downtown St. Louis via the Midtown neighborhood. More information  can be found on their website.


A six-story, mixed-use building with 196 apartment units above a 72,000 square foot ground floor Target. The structured garage spaces are below grade and accessed from Gratiot Street. The common area amenities will include a fitness center, business center, rooftop pool, green space and dog park, and a sky lounge with a downtown viewing deck. The project’s plans include reopening and paving Papin St back to Grand Blvd, reestablishing the street grid, and adding a traffic signal and pedestrian crossings. More details can be found here.


In June, 2018, Pier Property Group began converting the graffiti-covered Steelcote building into 33 luxury apartments complete with 25 outdoor and 15 indoor parking spaces.  This historic 40,000 square foot building, once home to the Steelcote paint company, is being rehabilitated to combine historic charm with luxury living. Steelcote Flats is currently leasing luxury apartment units. More details and leasing information can be found on their website. 

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