ST. LOUIS — On January 22, the Ballpark Village mixed-use project received preliminary approval from a St. Louis Board of Alderman committee. The board’s Housing, Urban Development & Zoning Committee approved subsidies of up to $188 million for the multi-phased project. The approximately $650 million project will be developed by Baltimore-based The Cordish Company and the St. Louis Cardinals. Plans for the development call for approximately 100,000 square feet to 360,000 square feet of retail, entertainment and restaurant space; approximately 100,000 square feet to 750,000 square feet of office space; approximately 250 residential apartments and/or condo units; one or more additional uses; and approximately 1,200 parking spaces. In order for the project to commence, the full Board of Alderman must approve the project. Additionally, the project must receive state approval for subsidies through the Missouri Downtown Economic Stimulus Act.

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