“I talk to him regularly and every time I’m in his ear, ‘let’s get some things started’ because definitely our community needs it”
Kirkwood residents are only lukewarm on a plan to develop 12-acres around the intersection of Manchester Road and Lindbergh Boulevard.
A move Thursday night by the Kirkwood City Council has those living near a proposed development concerned.
The plan calls for development of stores in a four- to six-story building, along with apartments for students.
To keep the Rams, regional leaders are gearing up to make major changes to the Edward Jones Dome and Frank de Graaf wonders — why not include the convention center and Bottle District?
Deal would not end competition for jobs or residents, proponents say.
Development would have 250 tenants
City officials saying the proposal is contrary to Maryland Heights’ comprehensive plan.
Ideas include memorial to storm’s 160 victims.
Plans relating to business development strategies and initiatives to help create jobs