Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Crown Square on KWMU

KWMU ran a short story on the 14th St. Mall redevelopment yesterday.

Project underway to redevelop 14th Street Mall

ST. LOUIS, MO (2007-09-17) Work has begun in the Old North St. Louis neighborhood that will see the 14th Street Mall made into new apartments and retail.

Visitors to the famed Crown Candy Kitchen know the mall as that deserted, ghost-town-like area across the street from the eatery.

But the mall’s second life will be as converted apartments and retail space.

“People are thrilled to see something happening, finally,” added Thomas. “After many years of community planning, visioning sessions, many years of other ideas and proposals that have been floated, they haven’t seen anything real happening.”

Read the full story here.

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