Monday Preservation Board Agenda Includes 126-Unit Soulard Development

Pierre Laclede Statue4 pm Monday, July 25, 2016
St. Louis Preservation Board
1520 Market (City Hall West), Room 2000

Agenda

BENTON PARK

3310, 3314 and 3318-20 Lemp Avenue, 9th Ward (Owner: These are LRA properties being purchased by Rubicom Corp) – Construction of Two Single-Family Houses and One 2-Family Building

2019 Withnell, 9th Ward (Owner: Jennifer A. Hugill, 2019 Withnell) – Appeal of Director’s Denial to Retain side porch and deck constructed without permit

DUTCHTOWN
3857 South Broadway, 20th Ward (Owner: JVH Properties LLC , c/o Joseph Haberstreit, 3574 Scenic Circle, Oakville MO 63129) – Appeal of Director’s Denial of Demolition

MIDTOWN
3711-3739, 3815R, 3749R Market, 3700-3800 Forest Park Ave, 17th Ward (Owner: FOPA Partners LLC, 3441 Olive, St. Louis MO 63103) – Century Electric Foundry Complex Nomination to National Register of Historic Places

SHAW
4161 Castleman, 8th Ward (Owner: Robert and Suzanne Geyer, 4161 Castleman, St. Louis MO 63110) – Construct New Front Porch & Front Door replacement

SKINKER-DEBALIVIERE
5780 McPherson, 26th Ward (Owner: Smart Living By Designs LLC, 5780 McPherson, St. Louis MO 63112) – Construct One Single-Family House

SOULARD
1302-24 Russell, 7th Ward (Owner: Preservation Board says new owner is Maximus Holding, LLC c/o Propper Construction, but there is no deed recorded as of 7/22/2016) – Demolition of Vacant Industrial Buildings for 126-Units New Construction. Great nextSTL article. Don’t miss the comments. Good conversation going on there.

There is supposed to be an open house for the neighborhood to see what’s what on this project, and then SRG will weigh in. As I mentioned, there isn’t even a recorded deed yet, so I’m wondering why on earth this is even in front of Preservation Board already.

SOUTHWEST GARDEN/REBER PLACE HISTORIC DISTRICT
2301-2335 S. Kingshighway Blvd, 8th Ward (Owner: Southwest Bank of St. Louis is what Assessor says, which is odd because Southwest Bank hasn’t existed since 2010. It was M&I for awhile. It’s now BMO Harris Bank. ) – Demolition of Southwest Bank storefront and New Construction.

nextSTL article 

BMO Harris plans to keep historic Southwest Bank building on Kingshighway – St. Louis Post Dispatch

St. Louis Cultural Resources Office unenthusiastic about Southwest Bank project– St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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