Friday, May 3, 2013
The developer has retained a Chicago firm to market a Creve Coeur office building.
A major player in the Creve Coeur development scene is putting property on the block. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the Koman Group wants to sell CityPlace 6. The company did not return a call seeking comment, but posted the Post's story to its own website. The main tenant in the building remains RockTenn, the Georgia concern which bought Smurfit-Stone. The Post-Dispatch reports the building is 91 percent occupied.
Sunday, May 13, 2012
City Councilwoman Jeanne Rhoades filed the complaint against Creve Coeur Mayor Barry Glantz Thursday.
The major players involved in an ethics complaint filed Thursday against Creve Coeur Mayor Barry Glantz's election campaign are staying quiet so far. On Friday, Patch reported that City Councilwoman Jeanne Rhoades filed the Missouri Ethics Commission complaint against Glantz, who defeated Laura Bryant last month. Rhoades has been one of Bryant's most ardent supporters. She did not return several messages seeking comment late Friday afternoon. Bryant has also not returned a message seeking comment. In a letter to the Ethics Commission, Rhoades said the effort was not meant as a "political stunt" to influence the outcome of the race. Mayor Glantz first learned of the charges when Patch requested comment on the matter Friday. Glantz said he …
Thursday, April 26, 2012
The EPA partnership got a boost locally when Mercy, the Koman Group and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center agreed to join the "Green Power Challenge".
Creve Coeur is now officially on its way to seeing if it can become the second city in the state of Missouri to be designated as a Green Power Community. City officials and community business leaders formally kicked off a campaign Wednesday at Mercy Hospital St. Louis that was approved by the city council in December. The goal is to be able to offset 3 percent of all energy usage (business, government and residential), or a total of 1,523 megawatt hours by April 2013 with renewable energy sources, either by using solar panels or purchasing Renewable Energy Credits. Clayton became the first community to reach that benchmark in 2011. Mercy Hospital St. Louis, The Koman Group and the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center were saluted …
Thursday, June 2, 2011
The specialty store is run by the owners of Provisions.
After the closure of Provisions Gourmet Market in mid-May, many Creve Coeur residents have wondered where the market went and where they might turn to find gourmet foods in the area. The owners of Provisions have returned to Creve Coeur with The Wine and Cheese Place, a specialty store that will in many ways echo the former institution. The doors of the new location, at 457 North New Ballas Road, opened June 1. Shelves were still being stocked, and the storefront is waiting on a sign; but the long racks of wine and spirits, well-stocked cheese refrigerator, and selection of gourmet condiments are all in place. For those who will miss Provisions, the spirits selection, grocery items, roasted nuts, and dried fruits sold at the new store will…
Monday, April 18, 2011
After 17 years in business, gourmet market will close next month.
Creve Coeur Patch has learned new details regarding the move to close Provisions Gourmet Market on Olive Blvd. In an email Monday morning, Vice President Amos Kedmey cited the end of the store's lease as the reason for the decision, as well as the opportunity to expand the company's primary business, The Wine & Cheese Place. There other St. Louis area locations in Rock Hill, Ballwin and Clayton. Provisions first opened in Creve Coeur 17 years ago, with the current owners in place for the last decade. The Wine & Cheese Place will open at a North New Ballas Rd. location near the Creve Coeur Government Center June 1. The shift means fewer employees, but Kedmey said most of the impacted staff have already found new jobs. Provisions' last day …