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Old 12-15-2017, 07:40 PM
 
Location: St. Louis
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I think the project deserves it's own thread. Description followed by images:

https://nextstl.com/2016/10/29-story...lage-phase-ii/

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The St. Louis Cardinals announced plans for a $220 million, 550,000 square foot second phase of Ballpark Village which will include the construction of a 29-story luxury high-rise residential tower, the first new Class-A office building built in downtown St. Louis in nearly thirty years, and additional retail, restaurant and entertainment space.

“We are very excited about the second phase of Ballpark Village,” said Bill DeWitt III, President of the St. Louis Cardinals. “Our vision of a mixed-use neighborhood where people live, work and play will become a reality. This is a real game-changer for the city of St. Louis and the state of Missouri.”

The second phase of Ballpark Village will complete a full build-out of Clark Street with a 29-story glass and steel residential apartment tower on the east end, and a large Class-A office building on the west end, as well as additional retail and entertainment in between, transforming Clark Street into one of the most unique city streets in all of major league sports.

The residential apartment tower will be a modern, 29-story, 320 foot tall, luxury high-rise apartment building at the corner of Clark and Broadway that will offer views of the Gateway Arch, the Mississippi River, the St. Louis skyline, and unobstructed views directly into Busch Stadium.

The Class A office building at the corner of Clark and 8th Street will sit right across from the bronze statues on the NW corner of Busch Stadium, and will also include structured parking below, and street level retail and restaurants. It will be the first “new construction” office building built in downtown St. Louis in more than a generation (Metropolitan Square opened in 1989).

Also in Phase II will be a signature two-story retail marketplace and entertainment venue overlooking the existing Busch II Field, the signature “open space” of Ballpark Village. The marketplace will include diverse food options and other amenities to support the new office and residential tenants in the project.















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Old 12-15-2017, 07:46 PM
 
Location: St. Louis
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Phase III on the horizon?

https://nextstl.com/2016/10/ballpark...xed-use-tower/

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Just a couple days after the big announcement of the long delayed Ballpark Village phase II, we may have a glimpse of phase III. Images posted on the website of architect Hord Coplan Macht show a 24-story mixed-use tower with 100K sf of office space and a 220-key hotel, and retail. The firm also designed the 29-story building announced as part of phase II, and the 24-story One Light building in Kansas City’s Power & Light District.

At least one image appears to be identical to what was released by the Cardinals earlier this week, save the new building in question. The 24-story building would anchor the northwest corner of the site at 8th and Walnut Streets. This building is described as one of three significant elements of Phase II. The other two elements are described as presented by the Cardinals.




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Old 12-16-2017, 07:36 AM
 
Location: St. Louis
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Story from 12/15/17:

Ballpark Village expansion breaks ground, accounting firm PwC named anchor office tenant | Business | stltoday.com

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For the last four years, many people got to know Ballpark Village as a place to grab a beer and a bite before or after a ballgame at Busch Stadium.

But the downtown entertainment venue, jointly developed by the St. Louis Cardinals and The Cordish Cos., will offer St. Louis much more in the future.

Construction on Ballpark Village’s second phase, adding office, residential and retail spaces, officially kicked off on Thursday.

With plans for a 297-unit apartment building, a 216-room hotel and the first new office building built downtown in 30 years, Blake Cordish promised the next phase would transform Ballpark Village from an entertainment district “into a dynamic, vibrant, 24/7 neighborhood.”

The Cordish Cos. vice president joined Cardinals owners and city dignitaries to pose with ceremonial shovels in the Ballpark Village parking lot that will be busy with construction crews and equipment for the next two-and-a-half years. Already, a crane is in use and construction professionals were getting to work.

“The impact of the St. Louis Cardinals on our city is so significant, not only from an economic standpoint, but from a cultural standpoint,” St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson told those gathered in the Fox Sports Midwest Live! Ballpark Village venue.

Cardinals officials took the opportunity to introduce portions of the $260 million project to the community. They confirmed that accounting firm PwC will move its downtown offices from the Bank of America Plaza a block away to anchor the 10-story, 117,000-square-foot office building, planned to open in mid-2019. The co-developers had previously identified PwC as an anchor tenant in presentations to investors, the Post-Dispatch reported in October.
Crane is on-site! Thanks to Chris S @ buildingstlnews.com

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Old 02-12-2018, 04:37 PM
 
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Default You can't move in until 2020, but Cardinals start pre-leasing...

You can't move in until 2020, but Cardinals start pre-leasing apartments at Ballpark Village | Business | stltoday.com



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The St. Louis Cardinals and their development partner, Baltimore-based Cordish Cos., are now pre-leasing units in their planned 29-story apartment building in Ballpark Village.

Cordish started sending emails out to prospective tenants Feb. 1. A website for leasing to the general public is expected to be live by March.

Rents for the building, according to a Cordish spokeswoman, would range from $1,400 per month for a one-bedroom apartment to $3,450 per month for a penthouse suite.

A one-bedroom suite would lease for $1,750 per month and a two-bedroom option would cost $2,500 per month.

A property manager said rates are still in flux and could rise depending on demand for the units. Officials with the Cardinals did not return requests for comment.

The 297-unit tower, which will be called One Cardinal Way, will have views into Busch Stadium and of the nearby Gateway Arch.

Leasing rates for existing downtown apartments average $878 per month, according to research from real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield. One Cardinal Way units will compare with premium rental rates seen only in local areas such as Clayton, where rents can hover around $2,300 per month.

More than 3,700 apartment units are currently under construction in the St. Louis market, the Cushman & Wakefield data showed.

Construction crews broke ground on the tower in late 2017. The apartments are part of the broader $260 million second phase of Ballpark Village, which also calls for a 10-story, 117,000-square-foot office building to open in mid-2019 and an eight-story Live! By Loews Hotel.

The entire development is expected to be complete in mid-2020.

The development is one of several apartment projects planned in the downtown area.

Chesterfield-based HDA Architects announced in late 2017 plans to develop a 33-story, $100 million high-rise at 300 S. Broadway, which currently houses a St. Louis Community College administrative building. And Dallas-based Alterra International's $104 million overhaul of the Jefferson Arms building at 415 Tucker Boulevard is expected to feature more than 200 apartment units as part of a larger project that includes a hotel and ground-level retail.
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Old 07-11-2018, 06:28 PM
 
Location: St. Louis
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They still don't have a site webcam but new renderings of the Loews hotel have been released along with a timelapse of the work done so far on the apartment tower.

Timelapse:

https://www.paric.com/project/one-cardinal-way/

Loews renderings:

https://www.buildingstlnews.com/the-...-february-2020



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Old 07-11-2018, 07:21 PM
 
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I am wondering what is the grocery store for BP village?
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Old 07-13-2018, 01:58 AM
 
Location: Frisco, TX
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I am wondering what is the grocery store for BP village?
Hopefully, whatever it is, it’s nothing like the Schnucks Culinaria.
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Old 12-06-2018, 05:23 AM
 
Location: St. Louis
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Updated pics courtesy of Chris Stritzel on urbanstl:

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Originally Posted by chriss752 post_id=300418 time=1544028487 user_id=9568
Pennant Building and Loews



The One Life Fitness and Market Building has finally begun construction. I was there for the take down of the stage. Video on my Twitter (https://twitter.com/CitySceneSTL/sta...45445082365954). The other small buildings that were by the Busch 2 Infield are gone.



One Cardinal Way


Some other shots...

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Old 02-19-2019, 04:56 PM
 
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New renderings of One Life Fitness in BPV Phase II courtesy of Chris S:

https://www.cityscene-stl.com/news/b...easing-numbers

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New renderings for the building detail the 7th Street Pedway that connects Cardinal Way to Clark Avenue. It will include a stepped design with planters and a fountain at Clark. According to sources, the 7th Street Pedway will include a Cardinals "Walk of Fame". Near the existing Phase 1 building, a new stage will be built into the structure of the Block 200 building. A new outdoor TV will be erected on top of that. Further, the Ballpark Village market remains with another retail space being created for a restaurant or café.




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Old 04-05-2019, 05:42 AM
 
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Opening Day 2019 and this project will be quite prominent out in left-center field this year. It appears that Bill Dewitt III is already talking about the next phase, here was an interview from KMOX:

https://omny.fm/shows/nothing-imposs...valry-arch-gra

And over on urbanstl.com Wolfpaw posted:

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Originally Posted by Wolfpaw post_id=302715 time=1554443393 user_id=12842
According to Kmox radio there should be a announcement on a 2nd tenant in the coming weeks and they’ll take up the rest of the pennant building.
It sounds like office leasing is strong and I have to think we will see a larger office tower in Phase III coupled with residential (2 Cardinal Way) and retail. Having 2 additional towers in that footprint would really be a win for downtown and will, hopefully, stir more development like the stalled 300 S Broadway project. The owner of the new Loews Hotels is bullish on STL, here is his quote yesterday in the PD:

https://www.stltoday.com/business/lo...47e1ecae4.html

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He’s optimistic about St. Louis’ prospects in general, saying it has “the same potential” as cities such as Nashville, Tenn., that have boomed in recent decades.

“St. Louis is a city of the future,” he said.
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