Cardinals Get Go-Ahead for $220M Project

$220 million ballpark village built in St. Louis.

Mon January 09, 2017 - Midwest Edition
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Artist rendition of ballpark village. http://url.ie/11ngr
Artist rendition of ballpark village. http://url.ie/11ngr

ST. LOUIS (AP) The St. Louis Board of Alderman have approved plans for a $220 million ballpark village that will include a residential tower, office, retail, restaurant and entertainment space near Busch Stadium.

The board approved the plans for the 550,000-sq. ft. (51,096.6 sq m) second phase of the project Dwc. 16.

The highlight of the construction will be a 29-story glass-and-steel apartment tower, while office and retail space is expected to revitalize the area of downtown around the Cardinals' ballpark.

Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III said in a statement that the club, "appreciates the city's willingness to work with us to help make our shared vision of a world-class, mix-use neighborhood next to Busch Stadium a reality."

The project is expected to be completed in 2019.




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