Tuesday, August 21, 2012
The development company made a presentation to City Council on Monday night in St. Louis.
Representatives with Pace Properties updated the Richmond Heights City Council on Monday about the status of its discussions with Hadley Township property owners. The company is planning a $125 million retail development just south of The Heights community center. "You have some tremendous residents in that area," said Rick Randall, senior vice president of Pace. "They really are some awesome people, and they've got some big decisions to make, and I appreciate the fact that some of them are taking longer than I had hoped." Randall said there are 68 properties in the area that his company has been working with. While the company does not have signed contracts for commercial properties, "we basically have come to an agreement in principle …
Monday, August 20, 2012
The developer is planning a $125 million retail project just south of The Heights community center. Richmond Heights City Council will hear an update at its Monday night meeting.
Representatives from Pace Properties are expected to update the Richmond Heights City Council on Monday night about their buyout discussions with Hadley Township property owners. The company has proposed a $125 million retail development just south of The Heights community center. It has set up an office on Hanley Road in conjunction with Menards, which plans to develop the section of Hadley just north of Walmart and other Maplewood Commons stores. The two companies are using the space to discuss buyout offers with property owners. Earlier this month, a Menards representative told City Council that the hardware chain was as much as two months behind schedule. The Monday meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall. More about Hadley Township …
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Development Strategies will also review the expected costs and benefits of a Hadley Township redevelopment proposal from Pace Properties.
St. Louis city-based Development Strategies will perform a cost-benefit analysis of Hadley Township developments proposed by Menards and Pace Properties. Richmond Heights City Council authorized the formation of a contract with the consultant at its April 16 meeting. According to a letter sent from Larry Marks, a principal at the company, to City Manager Amy Hamilton the analysis will: Section 99-810(5) of the Missouri Revised Statutes requires such an analysis before a city can approve a redevelopment plan. The Richmond Heights Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Commission will review the study as it discusses whether to approve the taxpayer financing packages by Menards and Pace Properties. Development Strategies planned to begin its analysis…
Monday, April 2, 2012
The regular meeting of the Richmond Heights City Council will be held at The Heights.
Two Hadley Township developers are expected to be chosen Monday night at a meeting of the Richmond Heights City Council. Costco and Menards are competing to develop land just north of Maplewood Commons. Meanwhile, Pace Properties is seeking a $125 million retail development just south of The Heights community center. Download an agenda for the meeting. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. Monday at The Heights.
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Richmond Heights City Council members had questions about trash, noise pollution and traffic.
*Editor's note: An earlier version of this article incorrectly identified the councilman who spoke about compensation for residents of the 19 or 20 houses in the southern portion of Hadley Township. District 2 Councilman Jim Thomson made the remarks. This article has been updated to reflect the correct information. The Richmond Heights City Council heard Hadley Township development proposals from Costco and Menards representatives at a special meeting Wednesday night. Ted Johnson of T.J. Design Strategies and Mike Stratis of Intrepid Strategies are consultants for Costco and delivered a presentation on behalf of the company. Scott Nuttelman, a real estate representative for Menards, spoke on behalf of Menards. Both businesses are competing…
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Two St. Louis natives hope to fill the empty Fifth District seat in the St. Louis County Council.
With the departure of Barbara Fraser from the Fifth District seat in the St. Louis County Council, Pat Dolan (D) of Richmond Heights and Dr. Randy Jotte (R) of Webster Groves are squaring off for the seat, which represents both Brentwood and Maplewood, among other local cities. Pat Dolan Pat Dolan, a long-time resident of Richmond Heights, said that he wants to help improve the entire Fifth District. He's running on a campaign that promises job growth. "I want to use creative efforts to make services that can be shared by the cities [in the Fifth District] that can be economically desirable," Dolan said. Background Dolan is a former Richmond Heights City Councilman. During his eight years on the council, Dolan said that his greatest …