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St Louis Missouri News: Federally Funded Home Improvement Program Available

ST LOUIS, MO – The Home Improvement Program (HIP) is a federally funded program, which provides technical advice and financial assistance to qualified homeowners for a variety of home repairs.  The program is administered by St. Louis County’s Department of Planning, Office of Community Development. The applicant must be the owner and occupant of the … Continue reading St Louis Missouri News: Federally Funded Home Improvement Program Available

SARA Investment Real Estate Acquires Two Multi-Tenant Buildings in Maryland Heights

SARA Investment Real Estate, a full-service commercial real estate investment and brokerage firm, has closed on the purchase of The Meadows, two multi-tenant buildings in the Westport/Maryland area of St. Louis. ST. LOUIS, MO (STL.News) SARA Investment Real Estate, a full-service commercial real estate investment and brokerage firm, has closed on the purchase of The … Continue reading SARA Investment Real Estate Acquires Two Multi-Tenant Buildings in Maryland Heights

Senior Living Facility Developments in Clayton

St. Louis, MO (STL.News) Schnuck’s was a once name that was recognizable through generations here in Clayton.  The former grocery store turned vacant lot on Hanley and Clayton, may soon see life again. Minneapolis-based developer, Ryan Cos. plans to construct a 70,000 square foot senior living facility later this year.  The projected plan is estimated … Continue reading Senior Living Facility Developments in Clayton

From Factory to Favored Lofts

St. Louis, MO (STL.News) Former Steelcote Manufacturing Company historical building is under contract with the potential of becoming rental lofts in midtown St. Louis.  The factory was originally recommended to be demolished, as it had been vacant for over a decade.  However, Pier Property Group (PPG) and Trivers Associates, have a different vision for the … Continue reading From Factory to Favored Lofts

First Food Hall In Downtown St. Louis

St. Louis, MO (STL.News) St. Louis welcomed its very first food hall and grand opening in downtown this past Monday, January 29th.  Labeled The Eatery, the 9,628 square-foot hall features three restaurants and a modern and fresh interior by St. Louis’ based design company, Nehring Design. The three cuisine concepts include Dino’s Deli, Arista Gourmet, … Continue reading First Food Hall In Downtown St. Louis

Missouri REALTORS® Converge in Jefferson City for Annual Capitol Conference

COLUMBIA, MO (STL.News) Over 400 REALTORS® from across the state gathered in Jefferson City on January 17 for Missouri REALTORS® thirty-eighth annual Capitol Conference.  This conference provided REALTORS® the opportunity to meet with their elected officials to discuss issues of importance that are current to the real estate industry. The day began with a first-time conference attendee training, … Continue reading Missouri REALTORS® Converge in Jefferson City for Annual Capitol Conference

Krewson, Stenger React to Rejection of St. Louis for Amazon’s HQ2

ST LOUIS, MO (STL.News) Amazon will not build its second headquarters in St. Louis. On Thursday, the Seattle-based company released its finalist list of metropolitan cities being considered for the project and the Gateway City didn’t make the cut, nor did Kansas City.  Missouri leaders also submitted a bid separate from the two cities that … Continue reading Krewson, Stenger React to Rejection of St. Louis for Amazon’s HQ2

Cities Where The Majority of Americans Can’t Afford a Home

In many large cities, more than 50% of households cannot afford a home LOS ANGELES, CA/January 2, 2018 (STL.News) – Six cities on the U.S. coasts have a 70 percent or higher percentage of households that can’t afford a home, a new study found. Personal finance website GOBankingRates used the median home listing price in … Continue reading Cities Where The Majority of Americans Can’t Afford a Home