St. Louis Cardinals Ballpark Village

Phased Project

 Proposed: On 10/25/16, the $220-million Phase II plans and renderings were released by the St. Louis Cardinals. Plans include a 29-story apartment tower, office, retail and entertaiment venues.

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Below, Phase I completed (2014)

  1. St. Louis Post-Dispatch: (08/19/16) ' Next Phase of Ballpark Village Development Coming Soon'

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: (06/24/16) ' Ballpark Village phase 2 getting closer?'  

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: (03/23/14) ' What's next for Ballpark Village?'  

    St. Louis Business Journal: (03/24/14) ' Is a residential tower next for Ballpark Village?'  

Cupples Station X

Transit-Oriented Development

In Planning Stage

Rendering from NextSTL.com

Proposed: A 5-story, $44-million mixed-use 120K office building expected to be the new home for World Wide Technology's Asynchrony Solutions.

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LaSalle Building

 In Planning

 Proposed: $11-million, 86 hotel rooms, rooftop bar and a restaurant

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  1. St. Louis Post-Dispatch (10/25/16): 'Hotel project cleared for 10-year tax abatement'

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch (07/08/16): 'Hotel Indigo coming to downtown St. Louis'

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch (05/06/16): 'Another boutique hotel planned for downtown St. Louis'

The Hotel Jefferson

Historic Preservation
Conversion

Proposed, In Planning



Description: 13-story, Market-rate apartment building, a hotel and stores
Location: Downtown CBD, Lower Locust
Developer: Mike Sarimsakci, Alterra International
Architect: Unknown
Type: Historic Renovation, Mixed-Use
Proposed: 2016  Targeted Completion: 2019
Cost: Undetermined
Financing: Undetermined
Construction Firm(s): Undetermined
Website: N/A

Webcam: N/A
Tenants: To Be Announced (TBA)

 
HISTORY: Built as the Hotel Jefferson in time for the 1904 World's Fair, May 1, 1904 The structure was used as senior housing when it closed over a decade ago.

In June 1916, delegates to the Democratic National Convention including President Woodrow Wilson stayed in the Jefferson Hotel.

The building has operated under two other brand hotels - the Hilton and Sheraton.  

Address: 412 Twelfth Street (Tucker Boulevard) 
Construction Date: 1904
Architect: Barnett, Hayes and Barnettt


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Robert A. Young Federal Building

 In Planning: A $62 million design-build seismic renovation

  1. The Robert A. Young Federal Building, sometimes referred to as the RAY building, stands twenty stories tall and provides functional office space for many federal agencies. Built in 1931, the building was originally a warehouse for the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis before the federal government acquired it in 1941.

    The Art Deco building underwent a $28-million masonry repair and replacement between 2010 and 2012.

    The overall $28 million restoration of the building included extensive masonry repairs and replacement, which included the installation of new through-wall flashing systems and replacement of the majority of the terra cotta accents throughout the building. 

St. Louis Business Journal (01/08/16): ' McCarthy wins $62 million job renovating St. Louis federal building '

Scottrade Center Renovations

 In Planning

A bigger scoreboard, a two-level enclosed beer garden, revamped seating areas, updated locker rooms and concourses; larger team store; a new ice plant and modernized concession stands 

  1. St. Louis Post-Dispatch (05/27/16): ' Scottrade renovation cost put at $160 million '

St. Louis Business Journal (05/27/16): ' $160 million facelift planned for Scottrade Center '

Railway Exchange Building

 In Planning

St. Louis Place

Acquisition 
Capital Improvements

America's Center &
The Dome at America's Center

Convention Center 
Renovations, Expansion
In Planning Stage

  1. "Their latest pitch is that we need to invest between $300 million and $500 million to upgrade and expand America's Center. Chicago-based Johnson Consulting tells the Convention and Visitors Commission that it needs a bigger ballroom and a 50 percent increase in total meeting space.
    Renovations may even involve demolishing all or part of the domed stadium where the St. Louis Rams used to play."

    - David Nicklaus, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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The Chemical Building

In Planning Stage

Photo Credit, eridony/flickr.com

St. Louis Business Journal: (05/02/16) ' Gills plan to buy Chemical Building'  

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: (04/29/16) ' Gills have Chemical building under contract'  

921 & 923 Locust Street

In Planning Stage

 Proposed: A restaurant, office space and as many as 90 market-rate apartments

Technology Entrepreneur Center (T-REX)
Building

Proposed Upgrades
In Planning

Photo Credits: Paul Sableman

  
The Downtown T-REX incubator, home to more than 100 startup companies and considered one of the main hubs for innovation in St. Louis, is looking to raise $8 million over the next 18 months to help build out office space on its second, third and fourth floors.

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St. Louis Business Journal: (03/30/16) ' T-REX hopes to raise $8 million for expansion efforts'  

Built: 1893 

Union Trust Building 
Later became the 

705 Olive Building 

Architect: Adler & Sullivan
After the Wainwright, this is Louis Sullivan's other major surviving design in St. Louis.


Historic Preservation

Proposed, In Planning

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Description: 14-story Hotel, 130-rooms Up to 18-bedrooms
Location: Downtown CBD, Olive Canyon
Developer: Restoration St. Louis, LLC
Architect: Unknown
Type: 
Mixed-Use, Historic Boutique Hotel, Residential
Proposed: 2015 Expected Completion: 2017
Cost: $47-million
Financing: $9.3-million TIF, $19m (HTCs), Private
Construction Firm(s): Undetermined
Website: N/A

Webcam: N/A
Tenants: To Be Announced (TBA)

 

St. Louis Business Journal (01/08/16): ' Gills plan $50 million city hotel '

St. Louis Business Journal (04/14/15): ' Confirmed: Gills buy 705 Olive building '

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Conversion,  Historic Preservation

   Almost Completed Phased Opening Underway

HISTORY: Designed by noted architect Tom P. Barnett, the City Club Building, constructed in 1923, is a 15-story edifice at the southeast corner of 11th and Locust Streets in downtown St. Louis, Missouri (1012-1024 Locust). It is located immediately south of a National Register district in a section of downtown that derives its character from many early 20th-century buildings.

The building has operated two hotels - the Missouri Hotel and DeSoto Hotel. Franciscan Sisters the renovated the building in 1956 to serve as a seniors home.

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Description: 15-story, 81-unit apartment building
Location: Downtown CBD, Lower Locust
Developer: Brian Hayden, Brandonview, LLC
Architect: Unknown
Type: Mixed-Use, Residential, Retail
Proposed: 2013  Expected Completion: 2017
Cost: $19-million
Financing: Undetermined
Construction Firm(s): Undetermined
Website: 
Gallery On Locust
Webcam: N/A
Tenants: To Be Announced (TBA)

 

Photo Credit: builtstlouis.net