1501 Washington Avenue

International Shoe Company Building

Proposed, In Planning

 Proposed: 140 boutique hotel rooms, a bar and a restaurant

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  1. St. Louis Post-Dispatch (07/07/16): ' Downtown St. Louis hotel to be the Last'

    St. Louis Business Journal (02/17/16): ' Hotel planned for International Shoe building downtown'

    Milwaukee Business Journal (02/17/16): 'Iron Horse Hotel owner plans boutique hotel in St. Louis'

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch (02/17/16): ' Developer plans boutique hotel in downtown St. Louis'

The Monogram Building

Historic Preservation
Conversion

Proposed, In Planning

HISTORY: Built as the Monogram Building in 1912.

‹Architect: Albert Groves 

The Building is on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Washington Avenue Historic District.

The building was recently home to CPI Corporation, the holding company for Sears Portrait Studios.



Description: 168 apartment units
Location: Downtown West (Washington Ave.)
Developer: Revive Capital Development LLC, of Kansas City, Michael Knight
Architect: Unknown
Type: Historic Renovation, Mixed-Use
Proposed: 2016  Targeted Completion: 2018
Cost: $51-million
Financing: State and Federal tax credits, tax abatement
Construction Firm(s): Undetermined
Website: N/A

Webcam: N/A
Tenants: Spectrum Station, Pre-School

 
  1. St. Louis Post-Dispatch (06/17/16): ' Monogram apartments coming to downtown St. Louis'

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch (01/28/16): ' KC investor buys former CPI HQ'

    St. Louis Business Journal (01/27/16): ' Kansas City developer plans lofts in former CPI headquarters'

    Jones Lang LaSalle (01/16/16): ' JLL Sells 270K SF CPI Building in St. Louis'

1701 Locust Street

Historic Preservation
Conversion

Proposed, In Planning

 Proposed: 57 market-rate apartments and nearly 2,100 square feet of ground-floor commercial space



Description: 57 apartments with 2,000 square feet of commercial space on the ground floors, 36 underground parking spaces.
Location: Downtown West (Locust Ave.)
Developer: Sovereign Partners of New York
Architect: Undetermined
Type: Historic Renovation, Mixed-Use
Proposed: 2015 Targeted Completion: Undetermined
Cost: $14.2-million
Financing: Undetermined
Construction Firm(s): Undetermined
Website: N/A

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

 
  1. St. Louis Business Journal (07/17/15): 'Former Dragon Trading building to get $9 million reboot'

    St. Louis Business Journal (07/17/15): 'Developer of Dragon Trading building seeks tax abatement'

Beaumont Telephone Exchange  Building

In Planning

Proposed: As many as 70 market-rate apartments 

St. Louis Post-Dispatch (02/28/14): ' Apartments planned for Beaumont phone building '

2030 Delmar Boulevard and 2035 Lucas Avenue

Historic Preservation
Conversion

Proposed, In Planning

 Proposed: 86- loft units (residential), 1800sf commercial, parking 


Description: 86 apartments with 1800 square feet of commercial space on the ground floors, 95 parking spaces.
Location: Downtown West 

Developer: Millennium Realty Group LLC
Architect: Undetermined
Type: Historic Renovation, Mixed-Use
Proposed: 2015 Targeted Completion: Undetermined
Cost: $14.2-million
Financing: Undetermined
Construction Firm(s): Undetermined
Website: 
YES
Webcam: N/A
Tenants: To Be Announced (TBA)

 
  1. St. Louis Business Journal (07/22/15): 'Downtown buildings to get 86 apartments in $14 million rehab'

1900 Washington Avenue

Historic Preservation
Conversion

Pre-Construction

 Proposed: 34- loft units (residential), Flex Space






Description: The two-story building will get 34 apartments with an interior courtyard.‹
Location: Downtown West (Locust Ave.)
Developer: Rothschild Development Co. 
Architect: Blackline Design and Construction
Type: Historic Renovation, Mixed-Use
Proposed: 2015 Targeted Completion: 2017
Cost: $7-million (Estimate)
Financing: Secured
Construction Firm(s):Blackline Design and Construction
Website: N/A

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

 

"The historic Buell Building is located across the street from the busy Tudor Building and in the middle of one of the fastest growing areas in St. Louis."