Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The digging of the garage for the Delmar Loop project could be done by the end of the month, weather permitting.
Work on Washington University's $80 million development in the Delmar Loop has progressed steadily since ground was first broken in February. Now, the digging for the garage is nearly complete. Cheryl Adelstein, Wash U's Director of Community Relations and Local Government Affairs, told the Loop Special Business District that the excavationfor the garage should be done by the end of the month, weather permitting. She added that if things stay on schedule, a roof could be up on the garage by the end of July. Adelstein also provided some other updates via a memo to the city. They include: See our previous coverage: Join University City Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Friday, April 26, 2013
The Post-Dispatch reports Pace Properties is speaking with Global Foods as a possible tenant for space in Washington University's Loop project.
Washington University in St. Louis broke ground in early February on the school’s $80 million student apartment and retail project in the Delmar Loop in University City and the city of St. Louis. The 4.4-acre residential and retail development project includes 22,000 square feet of new retail space. No retailers were announced for the space when ground was broken, however, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch is now reporting that Pace Properties is talking to Global Foods to add a grocery store. In an email to the Post-Dispatch, Washington University spokeperson Susan McGinn Killenberg cautioned that talks are in a preliminary stage and no contracts have been signed. Quoting from the Post story: “Pace ... is actively negotiating with several …
Monday, February 27, 2012
First step to achieve ‘A Vision for Parkview Gardens,’ an extensive community plan to enhance the Parkview Gardens area and the Delmar Loop.
Washington University in St. Louis is proposing an $80 million investment in retail and student apartments in the Parkview Gardens neighborhood, located along the Delmar Loop in both University City and St. Louis. The investment comes after the area was identified by two significant community studies — the Parkview Gardens Sustainability Plan and the Delmar Loop Area Retail Plan & Development Strategy — as a prime location for retail along Delmar and higher-density multi-family housing. The development would be a first step in implementing the recommendations of both plans, which were developed in partnership with St. Louis City and University City property and business owners, residents and local government officials. The goal of the …