Cullinan Properties has revealed more renderings and the name of its 14-acre redevelopment between Saint Louis University’s north and south campuses.
Now called Iron Hill, the development’s name pays homage to St. Louis’ history in the steel industry and the plateau the development will sit atop, Cullinan said.
“The immediate area once was home to steel production companies and other industrial facilities,” the company said in an email. “The development site is located at the high point of Midtown and Prospect Yards redevelopment district, and the name ‘Iron Hill’ conveys the strength and prominence the mixed-use development will have within the city of St. Louis. As Iron Hill takes shape, architectural details celebrating the area’s industrial heritage will be incorporated into the building designs and overall character of the development.”
Cullinan was selected by SLU in March to acquire and develop a 14-acre site sandwiched between the school’s north and south campuses.
Cullinan also is the owner and developer behind The Streets of St. Charles, a 27-acre, $150 million complex that includes 500,000 square feet of retail space, as well as medical and office space.
The Development Team
Owner/developer: Cullinan Properties
Design-build: BatesForum and Clayco
Civil engineer: Stock & Associates
Office leasing: Jim Loft, Carrie Herrmann, and Justin Moses of Colliers
Other leasing: Patty Kueneke and Kathleen Cullinan Brill of Cullinan Properties
Story originally posted Stl Biz Journal