CityWalk Project Moves Forward (100 N. Euclid)

CityWalk Project Moves Forward (100 N. Euclid)

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.

Click here for a map of the area.


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