2020 In Review | St. Louis Development Skyrockets & Our Top 10

It might come as a surprise that in 2020, a year that has been defined by a global pandemic, deeply negative and often anti-democratic politics, and unprecedented and unequal economic hardship, that St. Louis has been host to an absurdly productive and healthy year of economic development. As December comes to a close, there isContinue reading “2020 In Review | St. Louis Development Skyrockets & Our Top 10”

How one STL Non-Profit is Rebuilding the Urban Fabric of Dutchtown one Rehab at a Time: A Glimpse at the St. Joseph Housing Initiative

Often in St. Louis, we lose sight of projects that don’t bring hundreds of luxurious units to a booming Central Corridor, repairing the city fabric that St. Louis chose to bulldoze in the 20th century. We see incredible, dense apartments proposed in The Grove, Downtown, and the Central West End, remarking that they surely areContinue reading “How one STL Non-Profit is Rebuilding the Urban Fabric of Dutchtown one Rehab at a Time: A Glimpse at the St. Joseph Housing Initiative”

Cross Grand and the Small Business Revitalization of Dutchtown

Chip and Tasha Smith are here to stay. “I can see the future”, said Chip, as he gazed in wonder at his extravagantly remodeled storefront in the heart of Downtown Dutchtown on Meramec Ave. Living just steps from their store, Chip and Tasha could not be more bullish on their neighborhood. Chip, a photographer andContinue reading “Cross Grand and the Small Business Revitalization of Dutchtown”

A Changing South City: Development Renaissance Headed to More Neighborhoods

South St. Louis is seeing a host of development and infill, leading with neighborhoods like The Grove and Benton Park which are practically in a renaissance. With new, sometimes controversial luxury apartments in The Grove and home sales in Benton Park seeing sky high prices and bidding wars, these neighborhoods are showing a resilience andContinue reading “A Changing South City: Development Renaissance Headed to More Neighborhoods”