Construction photo roundup July 2024

Construction photo roundup July 2024

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

1014 Spruce – The 11TH & Spruce Apartments. 148 apartments

Grand and Papin – Steelcote Edwin – 196 market-rate apartments, 249 affordable structured parking spaces, 65,000 square feet of retail for Target, and 141 surface parking spaces. It looks done, like Target could open any day now. They are hiring.

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

Affordable surface parking

Car free access from Grand

Bicycle parking

Bollards standing guard.

New intersection with Grand. Raised crosswalks might help some racecar drivers on Grand to slow down or catch some sweet air.

The area needs more trees, wider sidewalks, a buffer between the sidewalks and cars, better bus stops, new land uses at the NE and NW corners of Grand and Chouteau, and less space for cars.

Cardinal Glennon – The building will be 250 feet back from Grand. Its footprint doesn’t cover any part of the Pevely building which used to meet the corner.

3834 Forest Park Ave – Marshall – 508 beds student-oriented housing

Rendering of The Marshall St Louis

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 building is an 83,000 square-foot office building, which is stalled.

NextSTL – Permits Issued for City Foundry Phase 2

4308 Laclede – Three family

4321 Chouteau at Tower Grove – Ronald McDonald House

Forest Park Ave and Taylor – Siteman Ambulatory Cancer Center

Kingshighway and Barnes Jewish Hospital Plaza – New Patient Building

6669 Washington – Apartments

Central and Maryland – Bemiston Place – 236 apartments, 10,667sf of retail

227 S Central – AC Hotel Clayton

Where’s X? Many developments are stalled due to high interest rates.


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