Three-Story Mixed-Use, 1001 Russell

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Three-story mixed-use at 1001 Russell in Soulard. Sorry if this has already been posted.

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https://nextstl.com/2017/11/mixed-use-coming-soulard/
Good deal. That side of the block continuing east needs some help. Hope this is a step in wrapping up infill over there.
bwcrow1s wrote:
Mon Nov 27, 2017 12:23 pm
Good deal. That side of the block continuing east needs some help. Hope this is a step in wrapping up infill over there.
Yes it does and hopefully this building with expedite that.

The building going up the hills at 13th will also be nice for the streetscape.
dweebe wrote:
Mon Nov 27, 2017 12:42 pm
bwcrow1s wrote:
Mon Nov 27, 2017 12:23 pm
Good deal. That side of the block continuing east needs some help. Hope this is a step in wrapping up infill over there.
Yes it does and hopefully this building with expedite that.

The building going up the hills at 13th will also be nice for the streetscape.
unfortunately it will no longer be all-brick. developer appealed on economic infeasibility. review board granted approval for non-brick sides and back. this project just got less exciting, IMO.
We clearly need a few of these or other similar bots around town in a hurry:

Of course, something along these lines might be even more exciting in the not too distant future:



Though they're not quite bricks in the standard sense. But with time, I'm sure someone will tweak sizes and shapes and add artsy block laying patterns.
urban_dilettante wrote:
Mon Nov 27, 2017 6:10 pm
unfortunately it will no longer be all-brick. developer appealed on economic infeasibility. review board granted approval for non-brick sides and back. this project just got less exciting, IMO.
The reduced tax abatement required budget modifications. Bricks are expensive.
urban_dilettante wrote:
Mon Nov 27, 2017 6:10 pm
unfortunately it will no longer be all-brick. developer appealed on economic infeasibility. review board granted approval for non-brick sides and back. this project just got less exciting, IMO.
The brick to siding transition will occur on the left side of the elevator shaft, reference rendering. The siding, probably Hardie cement siding (not vinyl or aluminum) will match the brick color. Because of neighboring buildings, most people won't even notice the siding.
I'm pretty sure the owner hasn't even settled on a brick color yet. Could be grey (the neighboring building is tan brick), but might end up being closer to a red. Personally, I actually like the look of red siding against red brick.
The construction fence is finally up and grading has begun!
Steel framing is going up. Solid little building.

Between this, the three or four apartment buildings and all the infill, Soulard should have a nice population bump in the census.
ImprovSTL wrote: Steel framing is going up. Solid little building.

Between this, the three or four apartment buildings and all the infill, Soulard should have a nice population bump in the census.
Other than the two larger infill apartments in Soulard, what other projects are being built? I seem to remember proposals for infill along Menard (by the Great Grizzly Bear) and along S 9th near Itap. Any progress update on those? Is the other infill mainly scattered sites?

Apologies for putting you on the spot - I don't live in the area anymore so I can't investigate on my own.
Off the top of my head since 2010, I can think of the new apartments near Russell/Gravios; the soon to be opened apartments on 7th/Victor. You also have the Poolar Ice building and the Lafayette school conversion.
billikens&bricks wrote:
Thu Jan 31, 2019 8:43 am
ImprovSTL wrote: Steel framing is going up. Solid little building.

Between this, the three or four apartment buildings and all the infill, Soulard should have a nice population bump in the census.
Other than the two larger infill apartments in Soulard, what other projects are being built? I seem to remember proposals for infill along Menard (by the Great Grizzly Bear) and along S 9th near Itap. Any progress update on those? Is the other infill mainly scattered sites?

Apologies for putting you on the spot - I don't live in the area anymore so I can't investigate on my own.
Below are the large projects but beyond those there have been dozens of single family and townhomes that have been built on empty lots. Not to mention rehabs that still go on all the time.