The CityWalk development located at 100 N. Euclid in the Central West End appears to be moving forward. Yesterday, a $50 million building permit application was filed with the city to construct the seven-story mixed use building that will house a Whole Foods grocery store on its ground floor. More information is available on the project here.
Below is a rendering of CityWalk obtained from the Post-Dispatch:
The site, now a vacant lot with some parking in the rear, was once home to the Doctor’s Building. The Doctor’s Building was demolished in 2008 to make way for a much larger, multi-story project. As the economy sunk, the project was delayed and ultimately scaled back to the present design. CityWalk received a major shot in the arm when Whole Foods committed to leasing retail space in the ground floor in 2012, ultimately leading to yet another revision to the project — this time adding an extra floor, additional units, more retail space, and, of course, more parking spaces, too.
The building will have a total of 177 residential units.