Construction Photo Roundup Oct 2022

Construction Photo Roundup Oct 2022

Construction continues in full swing at many job sites big and small. Below is a sampling.

1014 Spruce – the Spruce Street Apartments by Balboa Real Estate Partners 148 apartments. Just getting started. (Opus is no longer involved.)

NextSTL – Opus’ 1014 Spruce going before LCRA board

701 S Broadway – Once home to Beale on Broadway, will open as Billy’s on Broadway next spring. A $500k building permit was issued in August. As you can see the whole front facade is being rebuilt.

1501 S 7th – SoHo by Lux Living. 320 apartments.

1400 Menard – A home and apartments.

2200 Hickory – new homes

2200 LaSalle – 128 apartments

3300 Park – 4-unit condo buildings

NextSTL – Park Avenue West Condos

1500 S Grand – Almost lost to demolition

Grand and Papin – Edwin – 196 market-rate apartments, 249 affordable structured parking spaces, 65,000 square feet of retail for Target, and 141 surface parking spaces

Nextstl – Target, Incentive Package For Next Steelcote Phase Come into Focus

NextSTL – Steelcote Shoppers to Subsidize Storage Spaces for Sedans and SUVs

NextSTL – Steelcote Next Phase Planned

Armory District – Site prep in progress.

NextSTL – Hint of Progress Towards Phase One of Armory Residential

Vandeventer near Forest Park Ave – City Foundry Phase 2 – 14-story, 272-unit residential tower with a 481-car parking garage and 25,000 square feet of retail space. The smaller is for an 83,000 square-foot office building.

NextSTL – Permits Issued for City Foundry Phase 2

WUSTL Neuroscience

4308 Laclede

Siteman Ambulatory Cancer Center

4545 Laclede, the Marlowe

Institute of Health

301 DeBaliviere – Expo at Forest Park – No signs of building out Field Foods yet. Move-ins started a couple months ago. CMT reported that the rate of car-burdened tenants is low among tenants that have moved in so far. Maybe less subsidized parking was thneeded than built.

5720 DeGiverville Expo at Forest Park

6154 Delmar Magic Mini Golf

NextSTL – Magic Mini Golf in the Delmar Loop Progressing


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