St. Louis Business Journal: Scaled-down apartment building, with 54 units, pitched in St. Louis
ST. LOUIS — A developer hoping to build new apartments in the DeBaliviere Place neighborhood has retooled the plans to gain approval from the St. Louis Preservation Board for new construction in a historic district.
Representing property owner Greg Daney of Real Estate Investor Wholesale LLC, Chris Stritzel of 4th Street Partners is proposing a smaller apartment building than originally planned at 5612 Waterman Blvd., after the city’s Preservation Board denied an initial pitch at its June meeting. The board has jurisdiction over new construction in the city’s historic districts. The vacant property falls within the Central West End Historic District.
The board meets at 4 p.m. Monday to once again consider the apartment building at the site, which would be called the Marigold, named for a flower. The city’s Cultural Resources Office is recommending preliminary approval of the new design, with recommendations to change a roof parapet to match the roofs of the surrounding neighborhood...
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