Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Why haven't you seen Centrum representatives recently? "They're going to wait until a new board is elected in April," remarked Mayor Jeff Schlink.
A handful of residents addressed the Crestwood Board of Aldermen on Tuesday concerning progress on the redevelopment of Crestwood Court. Each resident spoke for slightly different reasons—to request another town hall session, to ask how the recent loss of the Post Office will be addressed, or to see a quicker resolution to the city’s sales tax revenue woes. One resident even told the board she was disappointed to hear an hour of conversation on the public pool, but none on mall redevelopment. Mall discussion has not been a regular agenda item since December, when the board rejected PGAV Planners as the proposed project's planner. Browse Patch's previous coverage on mall redevelopment. Mayor Jeff Schlink said he and Centrum’s Vic Pildes …
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Review the ups and downs for the Crestwood mall space in 2012--which tenants left, the plan proposed by developers, and how city aldermen responded to the new project.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
City aldermen did not approve a planner for the project, which is required to move forward in opening a new development at Crestwood Court, according to a report from the Post-Dispatch.
Discussions on a revitalized Crestwood Court were hampered this week after the city's Board of Aldermen declined to approve a planner for the redevelopment project, St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. The board voted last month to appoint Centrum Partners as the site's developer. While aldermen previously expressed interest in moving forward with PGAV Planners for planning services, they tied 4-4 Tuesday night to approve an agreement. Mayor Jeff Schlink did not push the vote through. Read the full story on St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Browse Patch's coverage of the Crestwood mall redevelopment, or view these related articles: