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November 01, 2019

"St. Louis's MLS Stadium Begins to Take Shape"

"St. Louis will join MLS in 2022 along with Sacramento, and like its expansion counterpart, its downtown stadium plan is taking shape.

The St. Louis MLS ownership group released renderings of its stadium and adjoining training-field complex, which are slated to be constructed near Union Station on a nearly 30-acre plot of land. The stadium will have a 22,500-seat capacity, with the ability to be expanded to 25,000, and will be situated at the cross-section between 20th and 22nd streets and Market and Olive streets."

August 25, 2019

"St. Louis University Adds Housing To Redevelopment Plan"

St. Louis Public Radio - "St. Louis University is planning to build homes for sale on 43 grassy lots scattered among existing houses just east of its medical campus on Grand Avenue."

July 03, 2019

"City Foundry Transformation Underway Along I-64 In St. Louis"

St. Louis Public Radio - "A massive redevelopment project at a high-profile site in St. Louis’ Midtown area is on track to open next year. The first phase of  City Foundry STL will include a large dining hall featuring local eateries. Plans also call for a grocery store, movie theater and office space.

The roughly $220 million redevelopment across from IKEA is on the site of the former Century Electric Company, which made motors and generators. The property was sold a few times over the years, but production at the 15-acre location continued until the mid-2000s."

May 23, 2019

"Developer shares a new peek, name of SLU redevelopment"

St. Louis Business Journal — "Cullinan Properties has revealed more renderings and the name of its 14-acre redevelopment between Saint Louis University's north and south campuses.

Now called Iron Hill, the development's name pays homage to St. Louis' history in the steel industry and the plateau the development will sit atop, Cullinan said."

March 27, 2019

"What you need to know about St. Louis University's 14-acre development at Grand and Chouteau"

St. Louis Magazine- "St. Louis University has selected Cullinan Properties as the developer for a 14-acre mixed-use space at the intersection of Grand Boulevard and Chouteau Avenue. The development will comprise residential space, retail, dining and entertainment outlets, office space, and a hotel. SLU president Dr. Fred Pestello told SLM the project would realize a long-term goal of linking SLU’s north and south campuses and revitalizing a currently derelict swath of midtown."

March 13, 2019

"Apartments, hotel and retail could be part of St. Louis University-backed development at Grand and Chouteau"

St. Louis Post Dispatch - "A developer is planning an 850,000-square-foot mixed-use project at Chouteau Avenue and South Grand Boulevard on one of the largest swaths of undeveloped land in the central corridor."

March 13, 2019

"SLU expansion to turn empty lot into development for greater St. Louis communit"

KSDK — "Saint Louis University is expanding its campus for a development that’ll benefit students, educators, physicians and the greater St. Louis community.

The university will turn an empty lot at Chouteau and Grand into “a unique and lasting development that will serve the SLU community and our neighbors for many years to come.”

November 16, 2017

"Plan to turn old National Guard Armory into office space wins St. Louis tax break"

St. Louis Post Dispatch's article highlights the process of obtaining tax credits for the old Missouri National Guard Armory building in the St. Louis Midtown Redevelopment Area. The article continues on to mention the Chouteau Greenway design competition and how it will connect the Armory, City Foundry project, and the rest of the central corridor to Downtown St. Louis.

November 04, 2017

"Trailnet updates plan for connecting bike/walk pathways"

This article from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch overviews the upcoming bike/walking trails in St. Louis in the next several years, including the Chouteau Greenway. The article provides a map and discussion on how the new trails will help to connect popular sites in St. Louis City. 

October 13, 2017

"Chouteau Greenway International Design Competition"

Arch Daily, an international architecture website, published an article detailing the design competition for the Chouteau Greenway trail in St. Louis. 

October 04, 2017

"City Foundry developers lining up financing for second phase"

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch's article details how City Foundry STL is seeking funding for the upcoming phase in their development. As more tenants express interest in the highly desirable location, they must look to the second phase of development to ensure that all offices, restaurants, and retail spaces may be accommodated.

August 31, 2017

"Building boom on campus: More than $2 billion in projects underway"

This article by the St. Louis Business Journal discussed the trend of higher education institutions creating development opportunities close to campus. Schools like Saint Louis University and Washington University are both highlighted for their efforts in attracting investment in and around their campuses.

August 29, 2017

"New Chouteau Greenway to be designed by citizens"

Fox 2 News aired a piece talking about the Great Rivers Greenway's new Chouteau Greenway and how citizens can be part of the design process.

May 11, 2017

"Connecting SLU’s Campus, Investing in Community"

Green Street St. Louis' article highlights the Redevelopment Plan put together by Saint Louis University and SSM Health. St. Louis Midtown Redevelopment Executive Director, Brooks Goedeker, discusses the goal for the area to become a central pillar in the Midtown area and in the St. Louis region.

April 28, 2017

"Midas Hospitality plans Element hotel near SLU"

This article by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch announces a new development in the Midtown Redevelopment area. It goes on to illustrate how Midas Hospitality acquired the property with the goal of opening up a 153 room, extended-stay hotel in 2019.

March 23, 2017

"SLU redevelopment corporation hires new executive director"

The St. Louis Business Journal announced the new Executive Director of the St. Louis Midtown Redevelopment Corporation, Brooks Goedeker, in an article examining the improvements by Saint Louis University and other colleges in the area.

March 22, 2017

"Park Central director joining SLU redevelopment corporation"

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch's article highlighted the new redevelopment corporation (St. Louis Midtown Redevelopment Corporation) and the Executive Director, Brooks Goedeker while laying out his goals and previous redevelopment experience in the St. Louis area.

February 10, 2017

"$83 million Armory rehab project moves forward"

The St. Louis Business Journal shared new design plans and photographs of the Armory District development project in Midtown by Green Street St. Louis. 

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