Upcoming St. Louis Expansions and Redevelopments in 2022 and Beyond

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New expansions and redevelopments are coming to downtown St. Louis in 2022.

Cushman & Wakefield recently released its 2022 “Downtown St. Louis Development” report, which showcases 32 development projects planned for downtown.

The report details the expansion of projects including the America’s Center Convention Complex and the Centene Stadium, the future home of St. Louis’ Major League Soccer expansion team. There are also seventeen residential redevelopments, seven commercial redevelopments, and three hotel redevelopments.

Bringing a new kind of cultural experience to St. Louis,  21c Museum Hotels is set to bring their award-winning hotel and contemporary art museum, restoring the YMCA building on 1528  Locust Street. Expect curated exhibits, interactive art installations, meeting and event space, and local program collaborations.

An estimated $1.7 billion is invested in the new buildings and redevelopment projects expected throughout 2022.

Here are all the upcoming projects to expect in downtown St. Louis:

Expansions:

Centene Stadium ($460 million)
Expansion at Convention Center ($210 million)
King Realty-owned residential building ($42 million)
Opus Group-owned residential building ($34 million)
Fielder Lofts ($31 million)
Moxy St. Louis ($16.5 million)

Commercial Redevelopment:

Ameren Headquarters ($60 million)
Broadway Tower ($18 million)
Office 505 Washington Ave. ($4.59 million)
Beale on Broadway ($2.3 million)
Building S. Fourth St. ($1.2 million)
US Bank Plaza ($TBD)
Cardinal Way ($TBD)

Hotel Redevelopment:

21C Museum Hotel ($92 million)
Shell Building ($50.5 million)
Moxy St. Louis ($16.5 million)

Residential Redevelopment:

Railway Exchange ($300 million)
Butler Brothers ($130 million)
Jefferson Arms ($104 million)
City Place (200 N. Fourth St.) ($92 million)
Lofts at the Hupp ($24.7 million)
Ballpark Heights ($21.3 million)
Mansion House ($18.3 million)
Front Page Lofts ($15 million)
MacDonald Building ($13.8 million)
Greeley Building ($11.27 million)
Hoffman Lofts  ($8.5 million)
Pine St. Lofts ($5.8 million)
Locust St. Lofts ($4.4 million)
Trader Lofts ($3.5 million)
Paincourt Lofts ($2.5 million)
Washington Ave. Lofts ($650,000)
2 & 3 Cardinal Way ($TBD)

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