Regarding Schnucks it was more a rumor about them potentially negotiating to buy some of the Shop N Save stores, in part to assume this location. But it sounds like the lease is up, so wouldn't make much sense for them to do it now. Brixmor's wheelhouse is grocery anchored or power centers. While t...
Well its not good news if you work there, also it will make grocery shopping harder in Maplewood, but... This is destiny knocking Maplewood - Answer it - a dense mixed use development would enhance a nice urban strip into a great urban center - http://40southnews.com/maplewood-shop-n-save-to-close-e...
Awesome! I have been intrigued by this one since the first time I saw it 20 years ago
Army Corps of Engineers

The lightning bolt that brought down this glider -

https://stlouis.cbslocal.com/2013/08/01 ... ne-others/
Edwardsville is getting some more higher density development in and around downtown - need to make a trip back over there, its starting to become a decent satellite downtown

http://advantagenews.com/news/with-spri ... ardsville/
Lyon School being converted into 32 apartments with 10 additional garden units being added on site - good news for often forgotten Patch neighborhood http://www.stltoday.com/business/local/apartments-planned-for-ittner-designed-lyon-school-in-st-louis/article_50ff4086-8565-5360-9f24-b5dd711c7b1e.html
addxb2 wrote:
Wed Jan 31, 2018 9:33 pm
^ as we wrap up the deadliest January in at least a decade...


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The Metro area as a whole actually had 3 fewer murders this year as opposed to 2017 - Forget where I saw that but given January in the city alone, I figured we would be over
Twisted Roots Brewing opening in the former Pappos/6 Row space

https://www.riverfronttimes.com/foodblo ... in-midtown
This thing is moving fast, what a trans-formative project

https://campusnext.wustl.edu/webcams/
Excellent another link in the chain between the Loop and CWE, another decade and it will be a continuous developed corridor... decade seems like a long time doesn't it?
I wonder if they will pare down the list to a handful of final candidates and then go through another round.
Interesting that this has received absolutely zero coverage in the LA Times and Sam Farmer, who meticulously covered the proceedings centered around relocation has not mentioned it on twitter or anywhere else once.

Wonder if Stan put a gag order on local LA media?
Nashville is one of the two - They came from the back of the pack 18 months ago to the first announced team , over the much tested, and probably at this point exasperated, Sacramento. I think Sac-town will get the second but they have to biting their nails now. In 1996 Nashville had no professional ...
Don't know if its relevant or not - but arrests for loitering and begging have fallen significantly since NLEC closed

http://www.slmpd.org/Crimereports.shtml
Yep - the silver lining in all of this is that 2 teams are getting 2 of 4 slots and there's still time for us to be a part of the next expansion happening very soon and they didn't close the door completely on us... I think with the new language from Cara Spencer's bill could allow us to find a way...
Richmond Heights has added some new housing since 2010 - they might see a bump U-City has a added a little bit, but probably not enough to offset losses Maplewood probably has not added any (someone please propose redevelopment of the Shop N Save, or the little strip mall to the east) Shrewsbury pr...
Will STL County lose population again this decade? Census estimate is yes so far but I'll say small increase for 2020 Census Will any of the following inner-ring suburbs that lost population last decade and which the census estimates a loss since 2010 actually gain population this decade? Shrewsbur...
As boomers downsize or die off families will move in and populations will rise again. This is the wild card for some county burbs - anecdotal but - A friend in Sunset hills has been on his street since 2003 - In that time the K-12 school buses went from picking 3 kids up in 03 to 14 kids today as m...
chriss752 wrote:
Mon Nov 13, 2017 5:20 pm
Interesting use of space at the Mills. Image


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Best reuse of a dead mall site yet in the St. Louis metro - hope this goes through, or it could be years for a project to materialize there
Greater Cincinnati's economy fastest-growing in Midwest https://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2017/11/13/greater-cincinnatis-economy-fastest-growing-midwest/840139001/ With just 0.8% growth, it looks like STL metro economy lagged behind the national average for metros (1.7%) and many peers once ag...
Saint Louis 40 out of 67 in this ranking of rankings... http://www.freep.com/story/money/business/2017/11/15/detroit-ranks-no-22-amazon-hq-2-contenders-list-but-high-enough/862710001/ Hilarious- The margins are pretty thin on many of these metros - Too thin for the spread between them. I too do not...
^ yeah, be careful how you word things. revisions being made to a design does not mean that it will necessarily get built. i think most people will interpret "moving forward" as "ready to break ground". perhaps saying "not dead" or "in revision" would be better. Now I know. I learned my lesson. I a...
Nashville commits to stadium, with subsidies, a lot more then we would have had here

http://www.nashvillescene.com/news/pith ... ingram-mls
Dave's new metabolic diet was not received by his co-workers
Residential project don't seem to draw incentive packages - I am probably in the minority here, but 90+ new mid range homes less then 1 mile from the city limits (as the crow flies) in this city is a good development, though I do hope they turn out better then the Grant's Farm development, but not h...