If one of the expected form questions around St. Louis as a region is the old reliable, "where did you go to high school?", then Creve Coeur could easily trot out, "Wouldn't it be great to have a hardware store?" or "Do we really need another bank?"
Quickly rising through the ranks is anything that hovers around when we'll learn something about Delmar Gardens and the company's plans for the 28 acres of land it owns on Ladue Road near Interstate 270.
The discussion was largely dormant for a year after it re-emerged in April 2011, then popped up again prior to the April 2012 elections, thanks to St. Louis Business Journal reports indicating a site development plan was in the offing.
that representatives had told the city that a plan was coming next week (this was almost two weeks ago), or that it was coming soon.
Monday night, Community Development Director Paul Langdon told the city's Planning and Zoning Commission that the firm had scheduled a Thursday meeting with city staff. He told Commission members that he was treating the meeting as a "pre-application" meeting.
Delmar Gardens CEO Gabe Grossberg has not returned several calls seeking comment on the situation in recent weeks. Patch will try again Tuesday morning.
Whatever happens Thursday, we'll be sure to keep you posted.