Multi-Year Development in Forest Park Southeast, Cortex, and the Central West End

June 19, 2018 in Central West End, Development, Forest Park Southeast, The Grove by Forest Park Southeast – WUMCRC

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Over the past 5 years extensive development has occurred in the neighborhoods surrounding the Washington University Medical Center. The Grove, and the Central West End are main centers of entertainment and night life for the St. Louis Region, and Cortex is emerging as the regional hub for technology and entrepreneurship. This multi-year report highlights the past growth and current projects happening in our region.

by Gelinda

Forest Park Development Committee Packet 11-13-18

May 24, 2018 in Development, Forest Park Southeast by Gelinda

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FPSE Development Committee 11-13-2018 Packet

If there are any questions or comments  from community stakeholders regarding the  proposed  projects please email them to  Abdul@pcd-stl.org.

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by Gelinda

Coming soon – Online Parking Permit registration

May 8, 2018 in Central West End, Forest Park Southeast, st louis, The 17th Ward by Gelinda

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New this year!

Renew your parking permit ONLINE!

2018-2019 parking permit applications and will be accepted online starting in July.

Application requirements are the same, please see our parking permit guidelines here.

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by Gelinda

Adams Grove Development Accepting Applications

December 21, 2017 in affordable, Forest Park Southeast, grove, housing, Rise Community Development, st louis by Gelinda

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Rise Community Development is now accepting applications to its affordable housing development, Adams Grove, located in the Forest Park Southeast Neighborhood south of Manchester.  There will be 50 units combining town homes and apartments built with high quality materials.

Income qualifications can be found here, and the application is here.

For more details, or for where to send your application, contact:
ND&S Management Company, LLC
Park East Leasing Office
4471 Arco Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110
(314) 533 – 2289
mmurray@ndconsulting.com

From adamsgrovestl.com:

Adams Grove is a 50-home affordable housing development in the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood.  The scattered site development in the City of St. Louis features homes available along Vista, Norfolk, and Swan Avenues. Built using Enterprise Green Communities standards, the modern townhomes and apartments will feature energy efficient designs, open floor plans, large windows, on-site parking and appliances. Currently known for its cultural institutions, burgeoning restaurant & bar scenes, quaint shops and clothing boutiques, the Forest Park Southeast community beckons residents and visitors alike to explore and enjoy all aspects of this area. Waiting list opening in November 2017!

Adams Grove is developed by Rise Community Development.

Altman-Charter Company – General Contractor

Trivers Associates – Architect

Arial view of construction

 

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by Gelinda

FPSE Development Committee Meeting Tuesday, 11/28

November 21, 2017 in Development, Forest Park Southeast, grove by Gelinda

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The Forest Park Southeast Development Committee is having its next meeting on Tuesday, November 28 at 5:30 pm at the Park Central Development office located at 4512 Manchester Ave.  The agenda and presentation can be found below.  All meetings are open to the public.

Agenda
801 S. Vandeventer

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