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Regional Leaders to Host Ribbon Cutting For Metro Landing of Swansea

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$11 million development providing transportation options and independence for seniors is on track to be fully occupied by end of March

SWIDA, Bywater Development Group and Bi-State Development will celebrate the grand opening of the $11 million Metro Landing of Swansea (228 Metro Way, Swansea, IL 62226) on Monday, March 11, 2019 at 10:00.

Expected attendees include James Nations, chairman of the Southwestern Illinois Development Authority (SWIDA); Mike Lundy, executive director of SWIDA; Taulby Roach, president and chief executive officer of Bi-State Development; Mokhtee Ahmad, regional administrator, Region VII of the Federal Transit Administration; Illinois State Representative Jay Hoffman; Swansea Mayor Mike Leopold; Representatives from Bywater Development Group and the Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA), and other stakeholders and guests.

This brand-new transit-oriented development is providing senior apartment living immediately adjacent to the Swansea MetroLink Station and MetroBikeLink Trail in Swansea, Ill. The three-story complex features 62 affordable one- and two-bedroom apartments for active seniors seeking an independent lifestyle with convenient access to restaurants, retail, entertainment venues, recreational locations, employment centers and medical facilities around the bi-state region. The event will feature brief remarks, light refreshments and a ceremonial ribbon cutting for the project, which is on track to be fully occupied before the end of March.

Finalists for Annual SLCCC Awards Announced

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The St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers will hold their annual Best Practices and Diversity & Inclusion Awards event on the evening of April 1, 2019 at the Missouri Botanical Garden. 

Registration and more information here

Three levels of sponsorships are available and make it possible to present this well deserved acknowledgement of achievement.

Garden Sponsor $2,0000  –  (Includes 20 Centerpiece Signs, Signage at Entrance, MC Acknowledgment, Presentation Slide, and Program Logo

Arch Sponsor $1,000  –  Bar and Hors d’oeurves Sponsor, Presentation Slide, Program Logo

Host Sponsor $450  –  Program Listing and Presentation Thank You Listing

Best Practices Finalist

  • ACME Constructors, Midwestern Manufacturing Plant
  • Alberici, Washington University Olin Library Transformation
  • Christner, SSM St. Mary’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Replacement
  • Corrigan Co., SSM St. Louis University Campus Renewal Hospital Project – Bathroom Pods
  • Madison Industrial Services Team, Phillips 66 Wood River Refinery
  • McCarthy, Bagwell Dam Stabilization
  • SM Wilson, Habitat for Humanity Headquarters & ReStore
  • Tarlton Corp., Washington University Pedestrian Bridge Replacement
  • Tarlton Corp., 4220 Duncan Avenue Project
  • BJC, Christian Hospital Northeast Lobby Renovation
  • icon Mechanical, Pfizer BioPlace

Diversity & Inclusion Finalists

  • ORGANIZATIONAL EXCELLENCE, Alberici University – Alberici
  • People of Construction, Hispanic Chamber of Metro St. Louis
  • M/W/DBE OF THE YEAR, Sultan Construction


  • Charles Henson – BJC Healthcare
  • Roslyn Croft – Tarlton Corporation
  • Tom Finan – Construction Forum STL
  • Samantha Cook – Clayco

CREW-St. Louis Honors Members, Mary Campbell At 14th Annual Networking Awards Ceremony

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Washington University Chancellor of Real Estate receives Woman of Influence honors 

The St. Louis chapter of CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) honored members at its 14th Annual Networking Awards held on March 5 at The Saint Louis Woman’s Club. In addition to members, CREW-St. Louis presented its fourth annual Woman of Influence Award. The award recognizes a female leader who has impacted the commercial real estate industry through her leadership, accomplishments and service to the St. Louis region.

Monica Adams, Fox 2 News morning traffic anchor and community affairs reporter, served as the evening’s master of ceremonies.

The awards revolve around CREW-St. Louis’ mission to advance, educate and support women to influence the commercial real estate industry. Those honored in 2019 were: 

Woman of Influence: Mary B. Campbell, Associate Chancellor for Real Estate, Washington University

Campbell had more than two decades of experience in real estate development, finance and management when Washington University enlisted her to run its massive off-campus real estate venture. She accepted the position of assistant vice chancellor of real estate in April 2009.

Since then, she has been responsible for overseeing more than 1,300 units for student housing, one million square feet of administrative and academic space for more than 1,100 employees, and community-based retail.

Her involvement in marquee projects include the Lofts of Washington University in the Delmar Loop. The complex offers both apartments and townhomes, as well as amenity and community space, for university students.

The Lofts project also was designed to serve the community and the vibrant Loop business district. A comprehensive community planning process identified gaps in service, such as a grocery store, so the retail space could address the needs of the adjoining neighborhoods.

She also spearheaded the historic renovation of the former Shriner’s Hospital and Central Institute for the Deaf buildings on the Washington University Medical Center campus to create 177 apartments and hotel units. These projects include an array of amenities, such as a fitness center, music and game rooms, and a commercial kitchen, to serve students on the university’s Medical Campus.

Other off-campus projects include the renovation of the historic Crescent Building in the Cortex Innovation District. This provides affordable lab and office space for biotech start-up companies.

Under her guidance, more than 1,100 apartment units have been renovated over a six-year period, with a total investment exceeding $250 million. These residential projects bring new life to four neighborhoods in the City and University City. All were designed to ensure that they blend in with the area and provide opportunity to spur growth.

Before joining the university, she had already built a remarkable career and legacy in the commercial real estate industry. She spent more than 25 years as a leader in housing and community development in the region. Projects in the region included the acquisition and redevelopment of the University Lofts, a warehouse conversion on Washington Avenue; the acquisition of Cupples Station, a 12-acre site in Downtown St. Louis containing vacant, turn‐of‐the‐century brick warehouses; and the development of new, single family homes in Wellston and the city’s West End neighborhood.

New Member of the Year: Jenna Knatt, Account Manager, CI Select

Knatt began playing a leading role on the communications committee after joining CREW-St. Louis last August. She oversees all of the organization’s social media outreach. She continually creates content to generate interest in the organization, with weekly posts on upcoming programs and key accomplishments by its members. She also informs her audience of trends and major news impacting the commercial real estate industry and the region.

CREW Impact Award: Ms. Ann Schmelzle, Balke Brown Transwestern

Schmelzle was honored for her ability to move the organization’s goals and mission forward. She always lends a hand to her fellow members. She also excels in her ability to provide solutions for her clients, oftentimes by bringing CREW-St. Louis members onboard.

She has served in many roles as a board member, CREW Network delegate and committee chair.

As the chapter’s president in 2011, she consistently reinforced the value of mentoring. She believes that mentorship is a large part of success and emulates leadership. As part of this, she created the chapter’s Legacy Advisory Board to capture the experience and expertise of longstanding CREW-St. Louis members.

Economic Impact: Kimberly McKinney, Habitat for Humanity St. Louis; Lauren A. Talley, Cushman Wakefield; Linda Loewenstein, Lawrence Group; and Margaret MacDonald, HOK

(Habitat for Humanity’s New Headquarters and ReStore)

The award honors a development project that impacts a community and the CREW-St. Louis members who played a pivotal role in the completion of the new headquarters for Habitat for Humanity.

After selling its former headquarters on Forest Park Avenue in April 2017, Habitat was on a tight timeframe to relocate. With the clock ticking to find a new home, a 41-year-old building in the city’s Dutchtown area became available in November 2017. Habitat was able to purchase the 51,000 square- foot facility from Schnuck Markets, including a charitable contribution from the hometown food retailer.

Construction and remodeling were put on a fast track. And by April 2018, Habitat for Humanity had a new home to carry on its mission.

While the overall dollar amount of the project may seem small, its completion brings enormous impact in many ways. The $2.5 million project provides a community anchor in what was a vacant and underutilized building in south St. Louis. There’s an outparcel that will eventually serve the community’s needs. And the project will spur redevelopment in this area of the city.

Its 10,300 square-foot office space houses seven private offices, a multipurpose room, three conference rooms, a break room and 2,500 square feet of open office space. The new space also holds a 14,600 square foot warehouse and fabrication shop including truck access and a loading dock.

Inside the new headquarters, there’s a nearly 21,000 square foot ReStore, chockful of donated goods. The store features new and gently used home improvement products and building materials for purchase. The ReStore provides revenue to fulfill Habitat for Humanity’s mission. The bigger store expanded its customer base and generated more than $500,000 during its first 10 months of operation.

Several CREW-St. Louis members played a key role in helping the organization find and build its impressive headquarters.

Loewenstein from the Lawrence Group was Board President during the relocation and worked with McKinney throughout the project. Loewenstein’s design expertise assisted in working closely with the design and construction team to help procure donations of products such as flooring, paint and office furnishings. And she worked closely with Lawrence Group on their donation of graphic/branding design.

Talley from Cushman and Wakefield helped with due diligence in making sure the site met Habitat’s needs. She then served as project manager, overseeing architectural design and construction. She worked with subcontractors who generously donated time and materials to assist Habitat.

MacDonald with HOK worked on all aspects of the project design, including developing a program of needs and square footage requirements to better explore options. HOK collaborated with Habitat on the design, provided construction documents and developed the environmental graphics.

Career Advancement for Women: Karen Karwoski, Simmons Bank 

CREW-St. Louis members recognized Karwoski for her constant efforts to support and advance the careers of women in commercial real estate. Since joining CREW-St. Louis 15 years ago, she has immersed herself in elevating the status of women in commercial real estate.

She has done so by chairing or serving on numerous committees – Awards, CREW Careers, Membership and Finance. She has served and continues to serve as a key member on the Executive Board. This included an expanded stint as President from July 2014 to the end of 2015.

A consummate mentor to many fellow members, she was chosen last year to launch the chapter’s formal Mentorship Program. She rallied the task force and worked tirelessly to devise and promote the inaugural program. This included making sure mentors were carefully matched with mentees to ensure both parties received benefits and met their objectives. The program’s success led to this year’s Mentorship Program, and she serves as a liaison to the committee charged with its implementation. 

CREW-St. Louis is one of the largest of CREW Network’s global chapters. Its more than 200 members come from all disciplines in commercial real estate. The mission of CREW-St. Louis is to advance, educate and support women to influence the region’s commercial real estate industry. For more information, visit Follow CREW-St. Louis on Twitter @CREWSTL.

Rebuilding Together St. Louis Garners Prestigious Award from Focus St. Louis

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Rebuilding Together St. Louis is delighted to announces it has received a “What’s Right In the Region” award, in the category of Promoting Stronger Communities, from FOCUS St. Louis.  For more than 25 years, Rebuilding Together has provided free home repair to veterans, low income and elderly homeowners in need so they may remain safely in their own homes.

“Our organization has rehabbed over 3000 homes, 68 community centers and touched more than 65,000 lives” says Barry Upchurch, president of the board of directors.  “It is a privilege to receive this honor from FOCUS which underscores our mission of a safe and healthy home for every person.”

Each year on Rebuilding Day, scheduled for Saturday, May 4, more than 1500 volunteers are deployed throughout the metro area to revamp 40 to 50 homes in a single day.  The group receives significant support from area skilled trades. In addition, the organization hosts various community and veteran’s builds throughout the year. Financial support is provided through corporate sponsors, foundation grants, and individual donations.  For more information visit or call 314.918.9918.

Each year, FOCUS St. Louis, a civic leadership organization, applauds the efforts of 20 individuals, organizations and/or initiatives making a positive difference in the St. Louis region.

St. Louis Rebuilding Together is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization working to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize neighborhoods by providing extensive rehabilitation and modification services to those in need at no cost to those served.  With the help of everyday citizen volunteers, skilled trades people, the support of local business and major corporate partners, Rebuilding Together affiliates in America’s largest cities and smallest towns make life considerably better for thousands of low-income homeowners and the communities in which they live by completing 10,000 projects per year. Rebuilding Together has programs dedicated to, energy efficiency, veteran’s housing, aging in place and gulf coast reconstruction.  

FOCUS St. Louis® is the region’s premier civic leadership organization. FOCUS prepares a diverse base of leaders to work cooperatively for a thriving St. Louis region through our experience-based leadership training, civic issue education and public engagement initiatives. For more information visit or call 314.622.1250.

Women Construction Owners & Executives, Kansas City approved first Board of Directors for the KC Chapter

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WCOE KC is pleased to announce the new Board of Directors for the newly formed Kansas City chapter. The slate for the Board of Directors was approved by the majority of the members of the Women Construction Owners & Executives, Kansas City chapter.

The new Board of Directors are:

  • President: Lisa Garney, President/Owner of LMG Construction
  • Vice President: Elisabeth DeCoursey, President/Co-Owner of KC Testing & Engineering
  • Secretary: Ashley Tumberger, President of Premier Mechanical Products LLC
  • Treasurer: Julie Farrell, President/Owner of Regents Flooring
  • Director At Large: Susan Remington, President/Owner of Pro-Mechanical LLC

In addition to the Board of Directors, WCOE KC would like to recognize two of its’ local members to the National Board of Women Construction Owners & Executives, USA. Dianna Richardson, President of Richardson Hauling has been appointed as the Central Region Director. Sheila Ohrenberg, President of Sorella Group Inc will be inducted as the National President on March 4th at the 2019 Women Build America Leadership Conference in Washington, D.C.

WCOE, USA is a National Association committed to helping women in the construction industry grow and prosper. Founded over 35 years ago on the purpose of assisting women in executive positions, providing resources to enhance professional development, and creating a legislative network to monitor and pursue legislation advantageous to the industry.

For more information on getting involved with WCOE KC, visit their website at and follow them on social media.

Electrical Connection Salutes Students Excelling in STEM Subjects

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A smart infrastructure is taking shape redefining next generation electrical and communications installations and the skilled workforce to engineer and build it.  With that in mind, the Electrical Connection continues to energize STEM education, science, technology, engineering and math.  That ongoing support was on display as the Electrical Connection co-sponsored the annual STEM Celebration Breakfast presented by EDC Business & Community Partners in St. Charles County on March 1, 2019.  The 10th annual salute recognized 22 St. Charles County high school students who excel in STEM subjects.  The Electrical Connection is a partnership of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1 and the St. Louis Chapter, National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA).

“Smart infrastructure, including smart cities, smart buildings and smart homes define ever more complex electrical and communications installations that our IBEW/NECA partners excel in delivering,” said Jim Curran, executive vice president, Electrical Connection.  “By embedding technology in our real estate assets, builders, facility managers and governments gain greater understanding of how those assets are performing.  This in turn creates better decision making in how we design, operate and maintain them.  We salute these STEM achievers because STEM education is absolutely critical to our industry investment in workforce development to advance smart technology and more.”

IBEW and NECA invest more than $3 million annually in training at the award winning IBEW/NECA Electrical Industry Training Center at 2300 Hampton Ave. in St. Louis.  For more than 75 years, the training center has produced more highly skilled and safe electricians and communication technicians than any other education program in Missouri.  It features a five-year, 10,000 hour education program that is industry funded at no taxpayer expense.  Its apprentices are instructed free of charge and have opportunities to earn a living while they learn the electrical trade.

“A strong foundation in STEM education is essential to complete our robust curriculum that will ultimately prepare our skilled and safe workforce to engineer and install not only smart infrastructure, but advanced manufacturing, data centers, integrated communications, renewable energy and more,” said Dennis Gralike, director of the training center.

Gralike was part of a panel discussion on career development at the event.

During the salute to students, Curran announced that through the Electrical Connection’s partnership with the St. Louis Cardinals, students and school officials will be treated to a special behind the scenes look at how STEM education is applied to running the storied baseball franchise.  At a future date, they will be invited to Busch Stadium to hear from team officials in several departments about how they apply STEM subjects.  The learning session will be concluded by a luncheon co-sponsored by the Electrical Connection.

The St. Charles County high school students honored at this year’s STEM breakfast include:

  • Zeke Emerick, Lutheran High
  • Luke McNeil, Christian High
  • Margaret White, Duchesne High
  • Amina Islam, St. Dominic High
  • Brendan Martin-Hilker, St. Charles High
  • Nicholas Schmitz, St. Charles West High
  • David Yang, Francis Howell High
  • Hannah RodeCap, Francis Howell Central High
  • Kevin Tran, Francis Howell North High
  • Brooklinn Liesmann, Orchard Farm High
  • Mahima Shahrawat, Ft. Zumwalt East High
  • Taylor Pachke, Ft. Zumwalt North High
  • Mitual Atul Pandya, Ft. Zumwalt West High
  • Aravind Kalathil, Fr. Zumwalt South High
  • Ian Deal, Wentzville Holt High
  • Michael Coyle, Wentzville Liberty High
  • Nate Beattie, Wentzville Timberland High
  • Eric Reininger, Lewis & Clark Career Center

Students honored in the Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) Program include Chris Morell, Allana Guffey, Mikayla Bowman and Colten Smith.

The STEM breakfast is one of several educational initiatives support by the Electrical Connection.  Others include partnerships with the FIRST Robotics, the Saint Louis Science CenterMissouri Energy Initiative (MEI), the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and more.

The STEM Celebration Breakfast and panel discussion was held Friday, March 1, 2019 at the Piazza Messina in Cottleville, Mo.

Electrical Connection members provide safe and reliable electrical construction, maintenance, repair and replacement services across Missouri, the nation and the world.  For more information visit

Loop Trolley Company Delivers Mobile Ticketing App

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Riders can now purchase tickets ahead of time 

The Loop Trolley Company announced that its mobile ticketing app for Apple’s iOS is now live.  The free app is available for download by searching ‘Loop Trolley’ in the app store. In addition to purchasing tickets, users can also track their ticket history and trip log, and view station stops and attractions on the Trolley map.

“We are excited about our new app and the convenience it offers to Trolley passengers. Passengers can purchase tickets ahead of time, activate their ticket when they’re ready to ride and come aboard the trolley,” Loop Trolley Company Executive Director Kevin Barbeau said.

Trolley passengers can purchase tickets anytime and tickets do not become active until passengers choose to do so within the app.  Once activated, passengers will scan their mobile tickets at the on-board validators located at each trolley entrance. There is a $0.35 transaction fee on all purchases.  All major credit cards are accepted.  The Android OS version is expected to go live mid-March.

In January, the Loop Trolley Company began testing its third trolley car – a 1920s model from Melbourne, Australia. Its capacity is 100 passengers with 50 seated and 50 standing.  The car is expected to be ready for service in late spring 2019. The Trolley Company will expand service to seven days a week at that time.

The Loop Trolley Company currently operates two heritage streetcars Thursday through Sunday starting at noon each day.  Standard two-hour passes are $2 and all-day passes are $5.  Seniors, children and passengers with disabilities may purchase tickets for a reduced fare. For information, please visit

Follow the Loop Trolley on Twitter at @LoopTrolley, on Instagram at @LoopTrolley and on Facebook.

The Loop Trolley system is owned by the Loop Trolley Transportation Development District and operated by the Loop Trolley Company, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. The system is a 2.2-mile fixed-track that runs from the University City Library near Kingsland Avenue east on Delmar Boulevard to DeBaliviere Avenue and then south on DeBaliviere to the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park and back. 

The Loop Trolley Transportation District (TDD) is a political subdivision of the State of Missouri organized under the Missouri Transportation Development District Act. The District was formed in 2008 to fund, promote, plan, design, construct, maintain and operate a fixed-track trolley car system.

St. Louis Residents Can Take Aim at Helping Wounded Military Veterans

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Pheasant shoot hosted by Hibbs Homes, March 2 at Quail Creek Game Farm, benefits Operation FINALLY HOME

Hibbs Homes invites the community to help them raise funds in support of Operation FINALLY HOME at the inaugural benefit Pheasant Shoot to BUILD HOMES and HOPE for America’s military families – Saturday, March 2, 2019 at Quail Creek Game Farm, 212 Majestic Meadow in Union, Missouri.

Members of the military sacrifice so much in the name of protecting our freedom and values. For many of our service men and women, this leads to illness, injuries, PTSD and other challenges. Operation FINALLY HOME provides veterans and widows of the fallen with new homes and home modifications that will give them a solid foundation to help them move forward with their lives after service.

Pheasant Shoot in support of Operation FINALLY HOME

Event includes Lunch, Annie Oakley Team Pheasant Shoot, Clay Station and Silent Auction

Quail Creek Game Farm, 212 Majestic Meadow, Union, MO 63084
Saturday, March 2, 2019

Registration – Begins at 8:00 am

Pheasant Shoot & Lunch – 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Fellowship & Auction – Begins at 2:00 pm 

Spectator Tickets $25 | Participants $175 each | Team of 5 $875

Tickets are available for individuals and teams – register/purchase tickets at or via phone through Hibbs Homes at (314) 392-9631.

Sponsorships are still available at varying levels!

For More Information on Event Sponsorships, contact Angie Cassidy at or Danni Eickenhorst at

Current Sponsors include – ABF Security, Brown-Forman, DAT Inc. Electrical Contractors and Ferguson Bath & Kitchen Gallery.

About Operation FINALLY HOME: 

Based in New Braunfels, Texas, Operation FINALLY HOME was established in 2005 as a nonpartisan/nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. The mission of Operation FINALLY HOME is to provide homes and home modifications to America’s military Heroes and the widows of the fallen who have sacrificed so much to defend our freedoms and values. Operation FINALLY HOME partners with corporate sponsors, builder associations, builders, remodelers, developers, individual contributors, and volunteers to help these Heroes and their families by addressing one of their most pressing needs – a place to call home. For more information about Operation FINALLY HOME, visit, follow @OpFINALLYHOME on Twitter and find us on Facebook.

Hibbs Homes is a leading custom green homebuilder in the St. Louis area. Since leaving his career in broadcasting in 2006, owner and general contractor Kim Hibbs has been building high-performance and luxury homes for a variety of price ranges and lifestyles. Hibbs speaks to local building professionals and architecture students on a variety of green building topics. He built one of the first gold level green verified homes in the St. Louis area, and is the builder of the first Active House in North America. Hibbs is a Master Certified Green Professional through the National Association of Home Builders and is active in the St. Louis Home Builder’s Association where he currently serves on the board.

Mason Contractors Association & Eastern Missouri Laborers District Council Reach a 7-Year Agreement

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The Mason Contractors Association of St. Louis has announced today that they have reached a 7-year agreement with the Eastern Missouri Laborers District Council (EMLDC).

President of the Mason Contractors Association, Martin Heck stated: “Management and Labor both realize that this is a very competitive marketplace and together have agreed to keep Masonry very competitive.” Mr. Brandon Flinn, EMLDC Business Manager, echoed the comment and added that the Laborers organization values and enjoys the relationship with the Mason Contractors Association.

The Mason Contractors Association of St. Louis, which was chartered in March 1896, is one of St. Louis’ oldest trade organization. Its members include owners of contracting companies, along with businesses that supply the masonry industry, as well as the firms that serve its financial, legal and insurance needs.

Net Zero, LLC Breaks Ground on Saint Louis Park Place Residential Community in NorthSide Regeneration Development

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Three Display Models for Energy-Efficient, Single-Family Homes Under Construction

Net Zero, LLC broke ground in January on three display homes for its much-anticipated Saint Louis Park Place residential community within the NorthSide Regeneration development in North St. Louis City. Net Zero purchased lots from NorthSide Regeneration to build 250 energy-efficient, single-family homes adjacent to the site of the future multibillion-dollar National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Western Headquarters.

The display homes, under construction at the intersection of Montgomery and 20th streets, are expected to be completed in April, according to Net Zero owner Dwight Arant and his builder Jon Bish, with construction of sold homes set to begin this spring.  Arant, a former Marine and retired businessman who was born and spent his early childhood in North St. Louis City, said he is looking forward to bringing more residents back to the community that his family once called home.

“We are excited to be working with NorthSide Regeneration to bring this residential community project to North St. Louis City,” said Arant. “Saint Louis Park Place will provide much-needed housing for the existing community and future employees of NGA and St. Louis as a whole. While setting the standard for energy efficiency in new homes, the homes are designed to align with the historical characteristics of  the area.”

The new homes are designed by St. Louis-based architect Klitzing Welsch Associates. Prices for the homes will be set after the display homes are completed, and are expected to range in size from 1,200 to more than 3,000 sq. ft.  One, two- and three-story models will be available with a range of options.  All the homes will have the potential to be “Net Zero”, which means the homes will produce enough renewable energy (from solar PV) to power themselves. This means that utility bills to heat, cool and power the homes will be very low, or eliminated.

A website is under construction and will provide more information about Net Zero, LLC and Saint Louis Park Place. Visit to obtain more information, which will be available as the website development team works to complete the website.

Link to additional project photos:

(Photo credit Justin Terry)

NorthSide Regeneration (NSR) is a mixed-use community development – a self-sustaining neighborhood of people, cultures, economic opportunity, safety and education with the infrastructure and growth to support key, necessary services for the community. The original development encompasses over 1,500 acres and borders downtown St. Louis. Jobs have always been the primary motivator for NSR with a goal of more than 43,000 construction jobs and 22,000 permanent jobs generated by the development’s activity.

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