Douglas Properties is proud to be the builder of this custom home located minutes from Forest Park and in Clayton Schools. This is a rare opportunity to live in a new home in this subdivision. A truly special home featuring a center hall plan and 10 ft ceilings on the entire 1st floor & an open floor plan for today’s lifestyle! Features include wood floors on entire 1st floor, Markus cabinets and Wolf / Sub Zero appliances with a mud room & 1/2 bath off the kitchen.
Top of the line fixtures, master suite that comes right out of a magazine w/ morning coffee bar and luxury bath. Each bedroom is en suite, 1,300 square feet of finish in the lower level w/wet bar, fireplace & bedroom / bath brings the finish square footage to 5,600 square feet. There’s also living space on the 2nd floor of the detached garage. You will find all the high end finishes in EVERY Douglas Properties home.
A toy-lover’s paradise nestled on 25 idyllic acres. The property includes Santa’s main living quarters, a community of elf tiny homes, a state-of-the-art toy-making facility, garage with space for an all-weather sleigh and stables that board eight live-in reindeer, plus a bonus stall for red-nosed company.
Santa’s Living Quarters
The home, constructed in the 1800s, is steeped in Old World charm but thanks to a recent renovation, offers modern-day amenities.
Topgolf has broken ground on a new entertainment complex in Chesterfield, with construction set to begin soon on the Dallas-based company’s first Missouri location.
The three-story, 65,000-square-foot venue at 16851 N. Outer 40 Road is slated to open toward the end of 2018, the company said Tuesday.
Topgolf’s Chesterfield facility, announced last year, will have up to 3,000 square feet of private event space and 102 climate-controlled hitting bays.
Topgolf, which currently operates 33 golf-themed entertainment complexes, estimates that the St. Louis area venue will draw 450,000 visitors in its first year of operation.
“There has been amazing growth throughout the Chesterfield Valley in the last few years,” Topgolf’s Chief Development Officer Chris Callaway said in a statement. “The greater St. Louis area has proven to be a great place to live and work, paving the way for us to provide its residents with a new and exciting entertainment experience.”
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660 acres of secluded Canadian landscape are becoming a new center of innovative contemporary residential design. Carraig Ridge is situated across south and west-facing slopes, ridges, lakes and woodlands, where landscape designers and architects have worked to ensure the houses will have minimal impact on their surroundings.
Only 44 unique homes will be built on lots between one and five acres, preserving over 500 acres of this beautiful wilderness.
Carraig Ridge is in the foothills adjacent to Alberta’s Ghost Lake and the Ghost River. On the horizon to the south and west, the land rises up to form the spectacular peaks of the Rocky Mountains. It is conveniently located between the outdoor amenities of Canmore, Kananaskis Country, Banff National Park and the growing city of Calgary.
Carraig Ridge itself offers dozens of kilometers of walking and biking trails, lakes and ponds, woodlands and grasslands in a rolling landscape shared with wildlife large and small. Carraig Ridge combines conservation with innovation. Design, craft, materials, and technology will ensure the existing landscape is given prominence, providing a permanent retreat for future generations.
It’s finally happening…Shake Shack, the nationally beloved burger and frozen custard joint created by St. Louis native Danny Meyer, has officially announced Monday, December 11 as the opening day of its first-ever St. Louis location.
St. Louis’ Shake Shack will be located at 32 North Euclid Avenue in the Central West End. Doors will open at 11 a.m. that day.
“I learned the meaning and feeling of genuine hospitality while growing up in St. Louis, a lesson that has shaped my life and guided my career,” Meyer states in a press release. “When I jotted down the first Shake Shack menu, it was my favorite childhood food memories that most inspired me, and I’m thrilled that Shake Shack has at last found a home in my hometown.”
On top of the regular menu, the Central West End location will be serving special menu items made with ingredients from local purveyors, including the “Central West BLEND” (Park Avenue Coffee gooey butter cake with vanilla custard and salted caramel sauce), the Chocolate Chip cookie (a Winslow’s Home chocolate chip cookie with Askinosie dark chocolate chunks, salted carmel sauce and chocolate custard), the Mound City Double (a double provel cheeseburger with Niman Ranch bacon and “STL sauce”) and the Pie Oh My (Vanilla custard with a slice of seasonal pie from Pie Oh My!). A bonus: five percent of sales from the Pie Oh My concrete will be donated to Forest Park Forever.
The St. Louis location will include other local touches as well, such as Urban Chestnut, 4 Hands Brewing Co. and Schlafly beers being on the menu. In addition, two permanent art pieces created by local artists Noah MacMillan and Adam Koon will be on the exterior windows, while three vintage photos from the St. Louis Cardinals Archive will be on the walls. St. Louis woodworker David Stine also made two communal tables with local sustainably harvested walnut lumber as well for the Central West End Shake Shack.
Owners AJ and Kirsten Brown said Knead will offer fresh bread and baked goods to the area. “Our goal is bringing that old world style of bread with a modern American flair,” AJ Brown said. Sauce Magazine
They are open for lunch until 3 PM. They also do private parties and catering.