161 Apartments

City: Belleville, Illinois

Planned, Under Review

Transit-Oriented Development

2 Amazon Fulfillment Centers

City: Edwardsville, Illinois

Under Construction

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Prairie Farms Dairy HQs

City: Edwardsville (Edwardsville Corporate Center), Illinois

Under Construction

  1. Prairie Farms Dairy is a $3-billion
    dairy cooperative currently operating out of Carlinville, Illinois, but is moving to Edwardsville (Metro East).

    As a dairy cooperative, Prairie Farms receives milk from producers and converts it into many different products, including cheese, butter, ice cream, sour cream, cottage cheese, various dips, yogurt, and fluid milk.

    Prairie Farms also produces and sells juices, flavored drinks, and pre-made iced tea.

Description: State-of-the-art, Class A, 3-story Building
Location: Edwardsville, Illinois 

Developer: Undetermined
Architect: Hurford Architects
Type: Office/Commercial Building, 30,000sf

Proposed: 2016  Targeted Completion: 2017
Cost: $9-million 
Financing: Private
Construction Firm(s): Plocher Construction
Website: N/A

Webcam: N/A
Tenants: Prairie Farms, 80-100 workers

Belleville News-Democrat (05/31/16): ' Prairie Farms chooses Edwardsville for new headquarters '

St. Louis Business Journal (05/31/16): ' Prairie Farms to build new headquarters in Edwardsville '

Green Mount Professional Building

City: O'Fallon, Illinois

Under Construction

Description: State-of-the-art, Class A, 5-story Building
Location: O'Fallon, Illinois 

Developer: Green Mount Development Group
Architect: Undetermined
Type: Office/Commercial Building, 60,000sf

Proposed: 2014  Targeted Completion: June 2016
Cost: $18-million 
Financing: Private
Construction Firm(s): Plocher Construction
Website:
YES
Webcam: N/A
Tenants: 60% Pre-Leased, Visionary Wealth Advisors

April, 2016

Alton (Illinois)
 Regional Multi-Modal Transportation Center

Under Construction

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  1. Ground-breaking for the new $22-million, 9,000-square-foot
    Regional Multi-Modal Transportation Center took place September 22nd, 2015.  Speakers lauded everyone involved in the project which will make Alton a regional transportation hub well into the next decade.

National Shrine of Our Lady of The Snows

(Not official name of project)

City: Belleville, Illinois

Under Construction

  1. Missionary Ventures, LLC will build a 46,000 sq. ft. convention center, four hotels, a
    Hofbrauhaus brewer/restaurant, four additional upscale restaurants, and a
    convenience store/gas/fast food complex on 33 acres on DeMazenod Dr. 

    Other Hofbrauhaus sites in the United States are in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont; Newport, Ky., near Cincinnati; Cleveland and Columbus in Ohio; Panama City Beach, Fla.; Pittsburgh; and Las Vegas.
     

  2. Missionary Ventures, LLC will build a 46,000 sq. ft. convention center, four hotels, a
    Hofbrauhaus brewer/restaurant, four additional upscale restaurants, and a
    convenience store/gas/fast food complex on 33 acres on DeMazenod Dr. 

    Other Hofbrauhaus sites in the United States are in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont; Newport, Ky., near Cincinnati; Cleveland and Columbus in Ohio; Panama City Beach, Fla.; Pittsburgh; and Las Vegas.
     

Description: Phased mixed-use hotel, entertainment and sports complex
Location: Belleville, Illinois 
Developer: Undetermined
Architect: Undetermined
Type: The Hofbrauhaus would be the first building to begin. Then construction of the hotel, restaurant, convention center and sports complex valued at more than $100 million.
Proposed: 2014  Targeted Completion: 2016, Phase I
Cost: $90-$100-million
Financing: Undetermined
Construction Firm(s): Impact Strategies, Inc.
Website: N/A
Webcam: N/A
Tenants: N/A

11 South Project

City: Columbia, Illinois

Under Construction

Description: State-of-the-art, 5-story, Class A
Location: Columbia, Illinois 

Developer: Undetermined
Architect: Quadrant Design Architects and Planners
Type: The five-story, 59,365-square-foot project will be situated on the bluffs and have views of the Mississippi River, Jefferson Barracks Bridge and downtown St. Louis.​
Proposed: 2014  Targeted Completion: Late 2016
Cost: $10-million 
Financing: Undetermined
Construction Firm(s): Korte & Luitjohan Contractors, Inc.
Website: N/A
Webcam: N/A
Tenants: N/A

Approved, Pre-Construction

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Description: State-of-the-art, 5-story, 144-rooms 
Location: O'Fallon, Illinois 

Developer:  Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS)
Architect: Undetermined
Type: Hospital and Ambulatory Care Center
Proposed: 2014  Targeted Completion: Late 2017
Cost: $300-million 
Financing: Private
Construction Firm(s):
Website:
YES
Webcam: N/A
Tenants: N/A

Timberlake Village

City: Edwardsville, Illinois

Approved, Phased

Description: Office Park
Location: Edwardsville, Illinois 

Developer:  Kunkel Commercial (?)
Architect: Undetermined
Type: Office and Retail Complex
Proposed: 2014  Targeted Completion: Phased
Cost: Undetermined
Financing: Undetermined
Construction Firm(s): Undetermined
Website:
  YES

Webcam: N/A
Tenants: U.S. Bank, Others TBA

Park Street Plaza

Under Construction


Description: 5-story, Class A Office Building
Location: Downtown Edwardsville, Illinois 

Developer:  Park Street Plaza, LLC​
Architect: Undetermined
Type: Office, Restaurant 45,000sf
Proposed: 2015  Targeted Completion: Dec. 2016
Cost: $13-million (estimate)
Financing: Undetermined
Construction Firm(s): Plocher Construction
Website:
YES

Webcam: N/A
Tenants: Madison Mutual, Crushed Red Urban Bake and Chop Shop, will lease about 5,000 square feet on the first floor.

Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities

Approved, Under Construction

 The Lincoln School opened in 1912 (pictured here) as the segregated school for black students. After Edwardsville schools integrated in 1951, it served as an elementary school, then later as a fraternity house. Now it has been remodeled into the Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities Photo courtesy of the Madison County Historical Society


In 2008, former Lincoln School student and Harlem Globetrotter Mannie Jackson bought the vacant building for $600,000 and donated it to Lewis & Clark Community College, along with another $200,000 for an endowment. The college then put $4.5 million in life-safety funds into a major renovation of the building.

READ: 'Former segregated school in Edwardsville gains new life as humanities center'
(Belleville News-Democrat)

An artist's rendering of the Mannie Jackson Center for the Humanities with all phases completed. In addition to the center itself, a convention center, hotel, science and technology learning center and parking garage are proposed along North Main Street in Edwardsville.



Description: Humanities Center
Location: City of Edwardsville
Developer: Lewis & Clark Community College, Mannie Jackson
Architect: Undetermined
Type: Hotel, Conference Center, STEM Facility
Proposed: 2012 Targeted Completion: Phased
(Phase I, Complete)
Cost: $46-million (estimate)
Financing: Secured, Private
Construction Firm(s): Undetermined
Website: YES
Webcam: N/A
Tenants: N/A


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