Very interesting concept, though there's a long way to go yet before any dirt (pavement?) is turned as they don't have financing lined up yet. I wonder if they're working with the city yet? And I'd be curious to hear the input of folks who are around there regularly like robertn and biglargemchuge (...
I guess my dreams of seeing the city's third-best Ferris Wheel here will go unfulfilled... :D I absolutely hate the name. But everything else about it is nice. Really nice. I understand this is a preliminary rendering - I say don't change a thing about it unless it's the name or maybe adding a third...
The old Drunken Fish building is changing quite a bit. A Korean fushion restaurant, called Kimchi Guys, will open on the first floor. A coffee shop, called Miss Java, will also open on the first. Lastly for the first floor, a smaller event space, called KOR, will open. The space will seat 125 insid...
Are you suggesting I'm wordy? ;-) Sorry. i have to confess I'm guilty as charged. If anyone else complains, I'll fight them. Nah, I think you're pretty well appreciated around here. Also... DELETE THE SUB-QUOTES. This is really bad. That article (which was already too large of a resolution) got quo...
Always room for expansion. Yeah, that's what I'm thinking. It's a bit disappointing it isn't opening with more exhibition space, but if looking at the floorplans there's lots of non-actuated real estate; the old Hooters/Houlihans space isn't filled at all, for example. There's plenty of room for ex...
Centene's answer to NIMBYs complaining about the new tower blocking their view:

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Bob was *really* tired of folks knocking on the door while he's trying to play Flappy Bird.

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bwcrow1s wrote:
Thu Nov 02, 2017 8:45 am
That bulldozer operator must have had the most satisfying demo of their life.
I'm going with 'Washington Avenue Skybridge Wrecking Ball Operator', but this one's up there.

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KMOX has new renderings of the Aquarium. Click through to see 'em all, but here are a couple of the more interesting ones: 1st and 2nd floor floorplans! https://cbsstlouis.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/75976-10_sdc_fl1_rendered_plan_20170823.jpg https://cbsstlouis.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/75976-10_...
And you and the Post Dispatch are more reliable? i think if the PD had made an error with the 39 number they would have corrected it by now, so i'm going with 39. Again, this was all covered pages ago in this thread, but for what it's worth the 39 stories was the correction. This story put out on t...
Yeah, I'll add my voice to the others here and say how much we appreciate your engagement here, Mr Sarimsakci. This is a rare and very much appreciated treat to interact directly with a developer in a public forum like this. Whether or not we agree with every decision or method, nobody can say you h...
I've noticed that the monthly casino numbers show that Lumiere has really been doing well lately. They've shown the most growth in revenue (compared to last year) for several months in a row. Good, maybe they can start maintaining the Glowhawk. There are (or at least were last weekend) several pane...
jbacott, thanks. I agree, it's a very interesting discussion.

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The Market at McKnight in Rock Hill is another example (though I wish they'd allow for street-facing entrances: https://goo.gl/maps/vHaaaWtqy1S2 ^ Honestly something like that would be a great thing for Hampton Village, not that I think it'll happen. I really don't think Lucky's or Stein Mart faces ...
Ah, so "home" = a studio, and not the building, thanks. The outside shot in the background confused me a bit; didn't look like it was a shot from their current building, but I couldn't make it out exactly.

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@NewscastStudio tweeted out this this morning:

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And a bigger look at the tweeted image:

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So does anyone know where and/or when they're planning to move?

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It should be noted, too, that height regulations are every bit as negotiable as taxes. If Amazon comes in and says 'we want to locate 15,000 new high-paying jobs in a 700' tower in the CBD (not very likely at all, but not impossible), the mayor's office and board of alderman can absolutely grant exe...
Nice design for the Denver building. One day, we will have something taller than the arch. Probably not. Is there any truth to the height limit? There is a 300' height limit east of Broadway that runs from PSB to Lumiere Place. Beyond that, there are density limits downtown but no actual height lim...
goat314 wrote:
Wed Sep 27, 2017 4:54 pm
maybe they will give us a bone....um...dbinsouthcity...um...oh I didn't mean to say that.
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I will be so happy if Rawlings finally capitalizes on this obvious opportunity. And not just moving their offices here - they should have some sort of Rawlings Store open any time BPV is as well as an 'experience' attraction . Off the top of my head: • Have a small glove-making or bat station and l...
NIMBPV? I kid... :mrgreen: -RBB I just got accused of being a nimby? That's hilarious. I'm just saying that the single biggest comment about the new stadium was how much people enjoyed the view of downtown. Dominating that view with one tower just seems short sighted and not the route I would have ...
Am I the only one concerned about Arch views from the ballpark? This will obviously block a great view for a lot of fans, especially those sitting north of the 3rd base line. I understand that they want to give apartments views of home plate but I'd still prefer towers elsewhere and mid-rise buildi...
I'm envisioning Serra's version of a rusty Schoemehl pot plopped down in the middle of the road. Richard Callow tells me on Twitter that this is a sculpture that will be at or below grade that you will drive over. Interesting. Hard to oppose it as it shouldn't obstruct any views. I'm curious to see...
jshank83 wrote:
Mon Sep 18, 2017 3:18 pm
Rumors are Seychelles. It is only 2x weekly so that would make sense
Confirmed.

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