Wednesday, March 31, 2010

No Fooling - Sidewalks Are Being Poured Along 14th St.

The de-mallification of N. 14th Street is in progress.  Yesterday the first portion of new sidewalk was poured along the Montgomery Street side of the Old North St. Louis Restoration Group’s new office - and the framing is in place for the east side of the 2700 block of N. 14th to get its new sidewalk on Thursday. 

Digging out the remnants of the former pedestrian mall and preparing for the new sidewalk required the removal of the construction fence along the finished and occupied apartments at 2712-14 N. 14th Street.  So, for the first time in a long time, we again have an unobstructed view down the east side of N. 14th Street.

More of this will be put into place over the next few days, which means you’ll soon be able to walk down the street to admire all of the historically rehabbed buildings up close - and start picking out your favorite commercial space for your business.  And if you happen to know of a business that is ready for new space, the good folks at Duffe-Nuernberger Realty are standing by ready to take your call.  Susan Sauer (314-571-7654), Paul Sauer (314-660-2852), or Michele Duffe (314-571-7646) would be happy to help you find the space that suits your needs.

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