The last vacant building in Grand Center is on the verge of becoming a residential and commercial development.
Travel around the nation, and often, you can’t tell where you are. Every strip mall with their chain stores looks like same. From the interstate with its sound-barriers, you could be in Kansas or Colorado or Ohio. Fortunately in St. Louis, some are fighting hard to preserve our unique architecture.
The decision allows SLU to demolish two buildings on the property, a large garage and the milk plant, but denies any right to tear down the smokestack and the main building, known milk bottle tiles on the front and a large Pevely sign on the roof.