Help plan the St. Louis Bike Share! Bi-State Development is leading the effort to bring bike share to St. Louis. Bike share is a network of shared bikes available for short term use, providing a fun, healthy, and green transportation option and a connection to the existing transit system. BSD is applying for grants, reaching out to potential sponsors, and gathering feedback on how people would use the system and where stations would go. Provide your input now with this 5-minute survey: goo.gl/forms/dsDcXoPhWevnH8hJ2.
This week, University Square Community Development Corporation release its Request for Proposals for development in and around the southeast quadrant of North Hanley Road and Interstate 70, adjacent to the North Hanley MetroLink Station. The RFP follows on the heels of a recent ULI St. Louis Technical Assistance Program (TAP), hosted at the request of the key stakeholders in the area – Bi-State Development, University of Missouri, Geiger Hanley LLC, and Geiger Real Estate. The RFP, due August 15, 2017, may be found here. For more information and findings from the … Read More
From Urban Land, the magazine of the Urban Land Institute: While the iconic Anheuser-Busch (AB) InBev brewery in South St. Louis has long defined the depth of the city’s DNA in beer making, it also hints at the role craft breweries are playing in revitalizing neighborhoods. “If you drive by the brewery, you see the sign on the façade saying ‘Come visit us,’” said Andy Hille, founder of Rockwell Beer Co., a craft brewery opening soon in St. Louis’s Grove neighborhood. “Brewers are selling an experience – the experience of … Read More
ULI St. Louis just released its recommendations for the development opportunities around the North Hanley and University Place Drive intersection following a Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) held in late February. At the request of the University Square Community Development Corporation, Bi-State Development, and Geiger Real Estate, Inc./Geiger-Hanley LLC (the Sponsors), ULI St. Louis conducted a Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) to study the potential development opportunities available for approximately 20-30 acres on the north and south edges of University Place Drive east of Hanley Road in unincorporated St. Louis County. The … Read More
The OneSTL Regional Sustainability Summit will take place on April 5, 2017 at the Eric P. Newman Education Center located on the Washington University campus. The theme for the 2017 Sustainability Summit is Setting Targets for our Shared Future. As a region, we have a robust foundation for sustainability: a strong, collectively developed regional sustainability plan (OneSTL), a thorough City of St. Louis Sustainability Plan, and a multitude of initiatives dedicated to making St. Louis a more sustainable and resilient place. This conference seeks to move forward by identifying regional … Read More
For those of you involved with ULI for a number of years, you may recall a Chancellor’s Certificate in Economic Development led by ULI St. Louis… The program came back to great success in 2016 and will return in the spring of 2017. Through a collaboration with the Bi-State Development Agency and St. Louis Economic Development Partnership, ULI St. Louis is pleased to present an 8-module Chancellor’s Certificate in Economic Development, launching in March 2017. Economic development is key to regional success. This Chancellor’s Certificate program, Fundamentals of Economic Development, covers economic and community development concepts and tools to attract, … Read More
Hosted by: St. Louis Regional Chamber, Accelerate St. Louis, Great Rivers Greenway and ULI St. Louis Join us on November 15 to hear urban planner and author Ryan Gravel discuss the cultural side of infrastructure and how this analysis can provide a path for progress within our cities. DATE: November 15, 2016 4:00 – 6:00 pm LOCATION: CIC@4240 – Havana Room 4240 Duncan Avenue, 2nd Floor St. Louis, MO 63110 Program Flyer & Registration Link About Mr. Gravel: Ryan Gravel is an urban planner, designer and author working on infrastrucure, … Read More
The City of O’Fallon has issued an RFP for a vacant commercial infill lot in downtown O’Fallon, Illinois. Located within a few blocks of several major rehab projects downtown – including Peel Pizza, Cincotta Photography, Shooter’s BBQ, and Fezziwig’s Marketplace – the lot is also within the boundaries of the newly created Central City TIF district. More information can be found on O’Fallon’s website here. The deadline to reply is Monday, November, 21.
ULI St. Louis Young Leaders Group, Submission to Construction Forum By Andrew Bradley, Herman Kittle & former ULI St. Louis Young Leaders Group Chair and Alex Kuehling, Rosenblum Goldenhersch, ULI St. Louis Young Leaders Chair Too often, desperate cities are stymied by competition and a rush to copy current trends. St. Louis – like other secondary and tertiary metro areas – has the capacity to overturn received urban development wisdom by anticipating future demand and leap-frogging to new ways of thinking. This capacity, when combined with our low real estate costs, … Read More
In November, 2013, ULI St. Louis hosted a discussion among real estate professionals about development in North St. Louis. Yesterday, those discussions took another turn toward reality with an announcement from Paul McKee’s team. Below is the release: NorthSide Regeneration (NSR) — the 1,500-acre mixed-use development adjacent to Downtown St. Louis and home for the $1.75-billion new NGA HQ — today announced a long term co-development partnership agreement between NSR developer Paul McKee, CRG Real Estate Solutions (CRG), and Washington-based national developer, Telesis Corporation, for the development of 3,000 market-rate residential units … Read More