Hue@Chroma Opening Soon in The Grove: A Review of Community Impact, Gentrification, and Urban Density

Only 2 and a half years after Green Street and the Koman Group opened Chroma and its chic 235 residential units to the public, Chroma’s sister property Hue is nearly complete with an additional 111 modern apartments. Together, their combined 346 luxury apartments and 18,000 sq. feet of ground-floor retail will significantly densify and urbanizeContinue reading “Hue@Chroma Opening Soon in The Grove: A Review of Community Impact, Gentrification, and Urban Density”

Gourmet Nachos & Narwhal’s Concept coming to The Grove

Most of the articles I have written lately have begun with a note regarding the incredible amount of development taking place in Forest Park Southeast and The Grove. With this new dual-restaurant concept proposed at Chouteau and Vandeventer, not to mention 7 large residential projects expected soon south of Manchester by Green Street, that seemsContinue reading “Gourmet Nachos & Narwhal’s Concept coming to The Grove”

STL Development Unfazed by COVID

Despite the economic downturn and rising COVID cases, St. Louis economic development is still churning along in a surprising manner. It’s true that St. Louis has, over the past several decades, been reeling from its industrial economy withering away and has not been a shining star of economic stability. Yet, the forces that made St.Continue reading “STL Development Unfazed by COVID”