Remiger Design Unveils Master Plan for Redevelopment of Former Crestwood Mall in Suburban St. Louis

by Kristin Harlow

CRESTWOOD, MO. — Architectural firm Remiger Design has unveiled a master plan for the redevelopment of the former Crestwood Mall in suburban St. Louis. Remiger is working with Chris Cedergreen, a commercial real estate design advisor. Plans call for more than 794,000 square feet of retail, office and residential space. The retail portion will feature 160,000 square feet, including a pharmacy, four outlots and a cinema. The office portion will include 240,000 square feet of office and medical space. The residential component will feature a four-story building with amenities such as a fitness room, pool and outdoor meeting area. Plans call for nearly 3,000 parking spaces. Known as Crestwood City Center, the development will connect to Grant’s Trail, a greenway.

Crestwood Mall, which once housed more than 100 retailers in 1 million square feet, closed in September 2013. Owner UrbanStreet Group has completed the environmental remediation and demolition of the mall. Walpert Properties Inc. is the project developer. HBD is the general contractor. Pam Hinds and Christopher Zoellner of Balke Brown Transwestern will market the office and retail portions for lease. The target date for completion of the office portion is January 2020.

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