Major Residential Construction Expected to Start DowntownA developer is expected to close on the financing needed for a major residential project in downtown St. Louis today and construction is imminent.
New Pain Treatment Could Slow Cancer DevelopmentLocal researchers find a way to deal with cancer-related bone pain.
Building Incentive Reforms Up for DiscussionThe process of reforming incentive packages offered to builders is underway in St. Louis.
State Rep. Peters Against Potential Community Benefits AgreementJoshua Peters doesn't like 15th Ward Alderwoman Megan Green's idea.
Maryland Heights Pushes for Lake District DevelopmentThe Stakeholder Advisory Committee formed when bids from contractors didn't match the city's long-held vision.
New Town Home Development Planned for Lafayette SquarePulte Homes wants to put sixty-four new units at Chouteau and Missouri in Lafayette Square.
Three Buildings Demolished This Morning for New MSD ProjectHundreds of abandoned and condemned buildings are set to be demolished in the city of St. Louis.
Creve Coeur Council To Take Up BJC Campus Plan$100 million project would replace current hospital, build four new buildings.
Group to Publicly Reject Centene Expansion ProjectThe meeting is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. tomorrow at Wydown Middle School.
Alderman Coatar Pushing for Ballpark Village Tax BreaksUnder the plan, the Cardinals would get an extra $16 million in tax breaks to expand Ballpark Village.
Plans for Major Belleville Development Announced TodayPlans for the 6-story tall Hyatt Place hotel with a conference center that can host up to 1,500 people plus a 24-hour restaurant.
City Foundry Project Gets TIF Commission HearingThe Lawrence Group is seeking $19.4 million for first phase of massive project.