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New Development Coming to FPSE

January 30, 2013 in Beautification/Infrastructure, Development, Forest Park Southeast, The Grove by wumcrc.com

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Rookie developer, Jeff McCurdy, with Above All Development is gearing up to break ground the first week in February on his first project, which just so happens to be down the street from another new development that Above All Development is heading, Aventura at Forest Park. This project is at the corner of Tower Grove and Chouteau and is expected to be completed no later than July, 2013. Developing this vacant lot will add a nice welcome to the community for commuters exiting highway 40 at the new Tower Grove Interchange, currently under construction.

Site Plan

McCurdy, will be jumping into a nearly $1 million project that will consist of two buildings with six total units. The 1,332 square foot, 2 bedroom and 2.5 bathroom town homes will rent for approximately $1,500 per month once completed. The town homes will be loaded with amenities such as a two-car attached garage, a large second floor deck, granite counter tops, stainless appliances, walk-in closets, vinyl wood plank flooring throughout, and a washer and dryer in each unit.

Town Home Floor Plans

Above All Development is a small outfit that focuses on doing smaller deals that other large institutional developers tend to pass over. They look for emerging neighborhoods where they can create a niche and they strongly believe that the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood is a home run. Along with Jeff, Above All Development is made up of Jeff’s father, Stan McCurdy and Tom Behle.

Front Elevation

McCurdy stated, “The continued job growth of the surrounding medical community as well as significant growth to the retail located off Manchester makes this location ideal for this type of development. This project provides quick access for medical professionals, as well as SLU and Washington University students, while at the same time providing residents an opportunity to live in a tightly knit community, which Forest Park Southeast offers.”

Rear and Side Elevation

Rear and Side Elevation

Above All Development has expressed sincere interest in the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood, first with Aventura and now with this new town home development. McCurdy, who is very proud of this new project, stated, “This development is different from others in the area. For one, it’s new construction, we also want to try and provide our residents with a place that feels more like a home than an apartment. The attached parking garage is an added bonus, because they are extremely hard to find in the city.”

Potential residents can contact McCurdy directly at jeff.mccurdy@mlpllc.com.

 

 

Social Media Contest

January 28, 2013 in Development, Forest Park Southeast, Manchester Avenue, Public Art, The Grove by wumcrc.com

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Our social media contest begins TODAY!

CONTEST RULES:
Each time the contest runs, we will post a different photo each time. The photo will be of part of an element within the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood.

Guesses must be DIRECTLY MESSAGED to us on our Facebook page by Wednesday at midnight. If you do not have Facebook, you can also direct message us on Twitter. The winner and answer will be revealed on our Facebook page and Twitter on Friday.

To win, you must submit the correct location within the FPSE neighborhood and/or name of the element in the photo. You must also “Like” our Facebook page or if submitting via Twitter, you must be following us (@WUMCRC).

Everyone who meets the requirements above and answers correctly will be submitted in a drawing.

The winner will receive a gift card to a local restaurant.

Please feel free to “SHARE” this post on Facebook or retweet on our Twitter! Good luck to everyone!

This week’s contest photo:

Eating Smart, Being Active – at Health Street

January 24, 2013 in health street, healthy eating, nutrition, umsl by parkcentral17

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Learn healthy eating habits at with Health Street and UMSL Extension Family Nutrition Education Program. Wednesdays 5:30pm – 7pm 1/30 through 3/22 Classes held at Health Street, 4306 Manchester, 63110 call for more information and to register: 314 531 3034

IMPORTANT changes in highway closure

January 23, 2013 in closure, I64, modot by parkcentral17

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MoDOT delays I-64 closure to remove bridges until February 1-4 ST. LOUIS –The Missouri Department of Transportation has delayed a planned closure of Interstate 64 in downtown St. Louis until the weekend of February 1-4. Crews would not be able to complete necessary striping for the project due to projected precipitation in Sunday’s forecast. With … Continue reading »

FPSE Safety/NOM Meeting – January 23, 2013

January 22, 2013 in Meetings, Neighborhood Ownership Model by fpsesafety

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January 23, 2013 @
4317 Vista – Adams Community Center

FPSE Neighborhood Ownership Model Meeting – 6:00pm

FPSE Safety & Security Forum – 6:30pm