ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – News 4 gives you an exclusive look inside the progress on the new entertainment district coming to Midtown in spring of 2020. Watch the Interview → KMOV
City Foundry STL is pleased to announce the development has exceeded early leasing goals for its 30,000 square foot Food Hall by securing a lineup of food vendors that are exclusive to the development and…
“Directly across the interstate, the City Foundry project is quickly moving ahead. Steve Smith of the Lawrence Group is developing the project. He says the former industrial site will house a large food hall, offices, retail and…
“We got an early look inside the up-and-coming City Foundy STL project, which is taking an eye sore and turning it into 500,000 square feet of hangout space.” Watch the Interview → KSDK
“The key to finding a diamond in the rough is often imagination, and looking at the current state of the site that will house City Foundry STL — St. Louis’ first true food hall, a…
Hey STL Retailers, find your retail space at City Foundry STL! Join us for happy hour on November 5 to learn about City Foundry STL’s vision of shopping that today’s consumers crave — street-level engagement, eclectic retail offerings and an authentic sense of place.
On July 16, Steve Smith, principal owner of City Foundry STL, executed a master construction agreement with S. M. Wilson for Phase 1 of the project. The agreement includes current and future contracts, which will consist of the construction and renovation of six buildings, improvements to the 10-acre site, as well as construction of over 60 tenant spaces. The agreement is expected to exceed $100 million when all packages are released.
Join us at City Foundry STL for a panel discussion where experienced food hall chefs will speak about what it takes to be successful in the food hall setting.
City Foundry STL is pleased to announce the addition of two office tenants to its roster of signed leases.
The building across Vandeventer Avenue from Ikea will start coming down in a few weeks to make way for construction on the much-anticipated City Foundry project. Read More →