Cupples 7 is being demolished. After heated debate over the last two months, St. Louis city officials are officially moving forward with the plan to tear down the seven-story brick building in downtown that a group of preservationists and interested developers fought to save. "It's unfortunate t ... More >>
One of the last two remaining developers hoping to save the historic Cupples 7 building in downtown St. Louis has decided not to purchase the historic property given the high cost of fixing the structure and the immediate threat of collapse. That leaves one interested party: Vertical Realty Adviso ... More >>
Unless a developer steps up, the historic Cupples 7 building in downtown St. Louis will soon be demolished. And even if developers do emerge, they would need to have a solid plan to stabilize the site immediately -- or else it will have to come down. So says the city, which doesn't own the site, b ... More >>
Tony La Russa loves So Taguchi; Kevin McGowan hates Twain. And as for Unreal? Well, we're pretty darn fond of Budweiser slogans and a rather imaginative local blogger.
Downtown real estate speculator David Jump goes for the jugular when he smells blood. Who the hell is this guy?
Week of February 11, 2004
Maybe itís time to revisit Steve Stogelís redevelopment plan for the Old Post Office downtown
Downtown Memphis is already where downtown St. Louis hopes to go
In the Century Building scrap, everybody's deal is shaky, even the mayor's
Holden tucks into Slay's Old Post Office recipe
Slay and Rigali arias soured by lack of decisive action and bully-boy politics
Slay and his Old Post Office plan allies knock down two rivals with hardball and humiliation
The proposed sale of a building at Washington Avenue and Tucker Boulevard has Amitin's Bookstore and other funky tenants wondering whether they have a role in this high-rent renaissance