January 2015

There are 5 blog entries for January 2015.

Fascinating article about other local works of Louis Sullivan - the Wainwright Building architect / the first modern skyscraper - right here in St. Louis!
The Legacy of Louis Sullivan, Part Three: The Wainwright Tomb, The Union Trust, and the St.... www.stlmag.com The Wainwright Building is Louis Sullivan's most famous St. Louis building. But the three projects he tackled here next were in many ways more innovative.   26 people reached
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Sweet - this is cool to see - the Argyle Garage is right there at Lindell and Euclid - part of the Schlafly Library building... good sign for urban living in the Central West End!

Enterprise CarShare expands to the Central West End - St. Louis Business Journal Enterprise CarShare has announced a one-car expansion to its St. Louis car share fleet in the Central West End. BIZJOURNALS.COM
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Forbes Names “Where to Invest in 2015” 

Forbes came up with this data based on several factors including population, average home price, population growth, annual job growth, unemployment, annual price growth, over/under priced and home price/rent ratio.

To view available properties, click on the city name.

  1. Austin, Texas
  2. Provo, Utah
  3. Houston, Texas
  4. Orlando, Florida
  5. Dallas, Texas
  6. San Antonio, Texas
  7. Denver, Colorado
  8. Boise, Idaho
  9. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  10. Fort Worth, Texas
  11. Phoenix, Arizona
  12. Salt Lake City, Utah
  13. Atlanta, Georgia
  14. North Port, Florida
  15. West Palm Beach, Florida
  16. Jacksonville, Florida
  17. Twin Cities, Minnesota
  18. Tacoma, Washington
  19. Sacramento, California
  20. Grand Rapids, Michigan

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888 South Hope
Construction has begun on the new 33 story tower that will transform South Park. It will have 526 residential units and also provide parking and commercial space. The amenities are expected to be incredible including some unique ones on the rooftop. Photo taken December 28th, 2014 

La Kretz Innovation Campus
Joining a trend nationwide, LA is smart to build innovation districts where entrepreneurs and leaders can gather, brainstorm, share ideas and frankly “geek out”. This will all be done in a clean-tech environment surrounded by lush green parks and creative artists. The project boasts 30,000 square feet of clean tech space to attract and retain young start up tech companies in Los Angeles. This is a perfect addition to Downtown LA

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