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Posted on 07.13.05
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  • Posted on 07.13.05


The Housing, Urban Development, and Zoning committee of the St. Louis Board Aldermen considered 11 major projects today — $220 million worth of new City development.

Some of these buildings have stood vacant for years. All of them will bring new life and residents to the City.

Bee Hat, a condo and retail conversion on Washington Avenue

Motor Parts, a loft development at the Western edge of the Loft District

Southside Bank, a $6.7 million rehab that preserves a once-threatened landmark at Grand and Gravois

Packard Lofts, a project on Locust near Jefferson

Home Depot at the Old Army Ammo Plant at Goodfellow and I-70

Ely Walker, a $44.2 million major retail and condo project by Orchard Development

Pet Building, a $40.5 million condo and restaurant project

Moon Brothers, a condo and retail project on Delmar

Switzer, a rehab of an historic building that has been vacant for more than two decades

1635 Washington, a condo and retail project

3949 Lindell, a $26.5 million new construction project to build apartments and retail


By any measure, this is an impressive catalog of exciting projects.