Two substance abuse treatment centers to be administered by Preferred Family Healthcare are underway in south St. Louis. The first, for adolescents, will be constructed on a vacant lot on Gravois just west of Grand (3634 Gravois) in the Tower Grove South neighborhood. The second, for adults, is currently under construction at 4066 Dunnica in the Dutchtown neighborhood.
See more information on the two centers from a Press Release dated November 1, 2013:
The Dunnica Ave. adult facilities will be a 24,000-square-foot building situated on 1.15 acres, featuring 16 residential beds, 12 offices, 2 nurse’s stations, doctor’s office, community/recreation rooms and enclosed courtyard area. Construction will be headed up by T.S. Banze, and costs are estimated at $5.8 million. The building should be completed by September 2014. Once the facilities open, it expects to treat approximately 900 consumers annually.
The Gravois Ave. adolescent facilities will be a 24,000-square-foot building situated on 1.5 acres, with many of the same amenities as the Dunnica Ave. location, with the addition of a family visitation area. Construction will be headed up by RC Excavating, and costs are estimated at $5.6 million. The building should be completed by June 2015. Once open, the adolescent facilities will treat approximately 120 consumers annually.
A rendering of the Dunnica facility is shown below:
A rendering of the Gravois facility is shown below:
The two facilities will be located approximately one mile from one another.
A $300,000 building permit application is on file with the Building Division of the City of St. Louis to rehab the old Tin Can Tavern space at 3157 Morgan Ford in the Tower Grove South neighborhood. The permit has not yet been issued. The intended use may be another bar and grill.
The owner is Pennpark, LLC, 1750 S. Brentwood.
Below is a Google Streetview capture of the building:
A single family home located at 2107 Lilly on the Hill has been rehabbed at a cost of $70,000.
Below is a recent photograph showing the completed rehab:
And here is a Google Streetview shot showing the home prior to the rehab:
A four-family building located at 4226 Blaine in the Botanical Heights / McRee Town neighborhood will be rehabbed into two fee simple townhouse units at a cost of $70,000, per recent permit activity. The owner is Bauer Equity Partners, LLC.
Below is a Google Streetview capture of the building, which according to city records, may have been vacant since the late 1980s.
This site sits just north of the 4200 block of McRee—the epicenter of UIC’s Botanical Grove development.
A mixed use building located at 3352-60 South Jefferson (at its intersection with Cherokee Street) is now under a $100,000 rehab by owner Ahtnamas Development, LLC.
Work on the storefront has revealed a ghost sign underneath — the Poke-A-Dot Lounge.
Below is a photograph courtesy of Cherokee resident Angelo Olegna’s Facebook page:
And here is a Google Streetview capture showing the boarded second floor windows and a bricked-in storefront that characterized the building prior to the start of rehab work.
Two side-by-side properties in Tower Grove South—one a mixed use building located at 3731 McDonald and the other a four-family at 3727-29 McDonald—are under rehab by Garcia Development.
The mixed use property’s estimated project cost is $60,000. The four-family will become a single family with a $100,000 rehab.
Below is a recent photograph of the progress on the exterior of both buildings. Most notably, the storefront on 3731 McDonald has been transformed.
Two new single family homes have been constructed at 5224 and 5226 Daggett on the Hill at a cost of $260,000 each. The developer is Pagano Land Development, LLC.
Below is a photograph of the two recently completed buildings:
A $125,000 rehab of a four-family located at 3001-03 McNair in the Benton Park neighborhood is now underway. The entire building will be converted into a single family unit.
Below is a Geo St. Louis photograph of the building:
A once crumbling mixed use corner building located at 3457-59 Wyoming in the Tower Grove East neighborhood is now fully rehabbed, courtesy of Tiger Lily Development. The permit amount was $100,000.
Below is the “after” picture. Scroll down to see the before.
And here is the “before”: