ST. LOUIS – If you walk around downtown St. Louis, you might notice some changes from previous years. The city is not only working to add several new buildings, but also redevelop dozens of sites that give it a historical charm.
Cushman & Wakefield, a real estate agency with ties to St. Louis, recently released its 2022 “Downtown St. Louis Development” report, which offers insight on more than 30 development projects planned for downtown.
The report details the location and pricing for six new buildings and expansion projects, including the future home of MLS expansion team St. Louis City SC in Centene Stadium. Seventeen residential redevelopment efforts, seven commercial redevelopment efforts and three hotel redevelopment efforts are also in the works for downtown St. Louis, according to the report.
More than $1.7 billion are being invested into new buildings and upgrades. Here’s a look at what kind of projects to expect throughout 2022:
Going Up and Expanding
Centene Stadium (2000 Olive St.) $460 millionExpansion at Convention Center (701 Convention Plaza) $210 millionKing Realty-owned residential building (1801 Washington St.) $42 millionOpus Group-owned residential building (104 Spruce St.) $34 millionFielder Lofts (620 Market St.) $31 millionExpansion at Moxy St. Louis (1014-1018 Olive St.) $16.5 million
Railway Exchange (600 Locust St.) $300 millionButler Brothers (1715 Olive St.) $130 millionJefferson Arms (415 N. Tucker Blvd.) $104 millionCity Place (200 N. Fourth St.) $92 millionLofts at the Hupp (1815 Locust St.) $24.7 millionBallpark Heights (300 S. Broadway) $21.3 millionMansion House (300 N. Fourth St.) $18.3 millionFront Page Lofts (300 N. Tucker Blvd.) $15 millionMacDonald Building (1800 Washington Ave.) $13.8 millionGreeley Building (618-624 N. Second St.) $11.27 millionHoffman Lofts (700-702 N. Second St.) $8.5 millionLofts (1133 Pine St.) $5.8 millionLofts (2206 Locust St.) $4.4 millionTrader Lofts (801 N. Second St.) $3.5 millionPaincourt Lofts (813 N. Second St.) $2.5 millionLofts (1000 Washington Ave.) $650,000Cardinal Way (2 & 3 Cardinal Way) $TBD
Ameren Headquarters (1901 Choteau Ave.) $60 millionBroadway Tower (100 N. Broadway) $18 millionOffice (505 Washington Ave.) $4.59 millionBeale on Broadway (701 S. Broadway) $2.3 millionBuilding (744/750 S. Fourth St.) $1.2 millionUS Bank Plaza (505 N. Seventh St. #200) $TBDCardinal Way (7 Cardinal Way) $TBD
21C Museum Hotel (1528 Locust St.) $92 millionShell Building (1221 Locust St. #100) $50.5 millionMoxy St. Louis (1014-1018 Olive St.) $16.5 million