More than $2M in Permits Issued for Montclair on the Park Renovations

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Since mid-March, more than $2M in permits have been issued for work on the Montclair on the Park apartments on Kingshighway in the Central West End. Completed in 1951, the Montclair was the first high-rise build in the neighborhood since the Park Plaza (1931). It would be followed by the Parc Frontenac a block to the north five years later.

Permits include $576K for “amenities spaces”, $245 for “lobby and entrance”, $1.14M for “1FL units”, and $45K for “new entrance canopy”. A separate $2.5M permit was issued in June 2015 for interior alternations. Blackline LLC is listed as contractor on all permits.

Today, the Montclair is adjacent to several significant development projects as the $1B+ investment in the WUSM/BJC medical complex continues and Forest Park Parkway is brought to grade with Kingshighway.

Montclair on the Park

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  • MrbonesSTL

    I wonder what the rent will be for these…

  • Adam

    Do any of the units have central air? I assume not based on all the window units. I also assume that’s not part of the renovations—would probably cost way more than $2M.

  • Don

    So, if my math is right, more than $4.5M since last June?

    Wonderful to see that investment in the building. Several years ago I lived in the Montclair. It’s a wonderful old building that has seen extensive renovations over the years by previous owners. Shortly before I moved in, the then owners (I know it has sold at least once sense then) installed new elevators and replace all the windows with new insulated double-pained windows. The units at that time were regularly renovated.

    The walls in the Montclair are like a foot thick. That building could withstand a nuclear attack. You don’t hear a word from your neighbors. They don’t make buildings like that any more so it is exciting to see current ownership continues to invest.