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Friday, September 21, 2007

UPDATED: Three Demolition Applications and One Appeals on Monday's Preservation Board Agenda

UPDATED Monday, Sepetmber 24

Three applications for demolition are on the final agenda for Monday's meeting of the St. Louis Preservation Board. The permit applications are:

- 2868 Missouri Avenue in Benton Park (national and local historic district), owned by Craig Hamby & Brian Magill. A two-story corner commercial building, located across the street from the restaurant Yemanja Brasil, mostly collapsed last year. An adjacent building is stable, but the owner seeks to demolish it too. Application includes new construction.

- 4153 (owned by James and Betty Mitchell) and 4220-22 Martin Luther King Drive (owned by LRA) and 4224 Martin Luther King Drive (owned by Tommie Hampton) in The Ville. The buildings on Martin Luther King are brick commercial buildings. The building at 4222 Martin Luther King collapsed last month, perhaps causing damage to its neighbors.

There is one appeal of a staff denials:

- 2217-19 Olive Street downtown, owned by Gary and Gail Andrews. This is a two-story, flat-roofed brick commercial structure.

The meeting begins at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, September 24, on the twelfth floor of the office building at 1015 Locust Street.

3 comments:

Omar Cruz said...
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Claire Nowak-Boyd said...

I was there the night the ones on MLK burned--it was very dramatic and sad, but at least no one was hurt. I believe they were vacant.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ilovenorthstl/1411011040/

DeBaliviere said...

With all the dilapidated buildings being renovated in Old North serving as a perfect example of what can be saved, we're still tearing down structures along MLK. A real shame.