Sunnen TOD? -Retail+Dealership+Sunnen Market Apartments

Discuss new retail, dining, business and residential projects within St. Louis County, including Chesterfield, Riverport, Earth City, Westport and more.
This complex would've been nice at the 40/Hanley interchange. Good for perceptions seeing Alfa Romeo/Porsche and then Mercedes at Hampton as people drive into the city.
The Alfa Romeo dealer is also a Maserati dealer. The signage is up and looks like it could be open later this month
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What's that shaping up to be? Surely that's not another car dealership.
symphonicpoet wrote:What's that shaping up to be? Surely that's not another car dealership.
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moorlander wrote:
Fri Feb 24, 2017 4:05 am
symphonicpoet wrote:What's that shaping up to be? Surely that's not another car dealership.
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https://nextstl.com/2015/11/sunnen-stat ... maplewood/

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That's quite a sea of parking for TOD, but hey, it's not too bad looking for all that. Are those renderings the current plan? The NextStL article isn't entirely clear about that. (And it's just a bit . . . old at this point.)
The new car dealerships have completely killed any of the possible desirability of that location as a decent place to live, IMO.
Randy wrote:
Sat Feb 25, 2017 2:19 pm
The new car dealerships have completely killed any of the possible desirability of that location as a decent place to live, IMO.
Yup. As if they've never been to Ballwin.
On the south side of the building first floor steel and walls are up. The Alfa Romeo and Maserati dealership is open.


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With a decent tail wind You could spit on the Metro link from your apt
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^ it's crazy more apartment haven't been built near Metrolink, even apartments of this density. Will St. Louis ever "get it".
moorlander wrote:
Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:30 pm
With a decent tail wind You could spit on the Metro link from your apt
You must be especially good at expectorating! You could squeeze another apartment building in the space occupied by the parking and grass between the apartments and the station. Your statement would likely only be true if this development was to emulate the Memorial Park or Del Mar stations in Pasadena.
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