Crown Square (2007)

Saint Louis, MO

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The Crown Square redevelopment involved the historic rehabilitation of 11 buildings of the 14th Street Mall, an abandoned mall that formerly served as a pedestrian-oriented commercial district located in the Old North St. Louis neighborhood, just north of downtown St. Louis, Mo. The buildings is converted into 33,000 square feet of street-level commercial and retail space and 38 market-rate residential units totaling 42,000 square feet. Crown Square comprises one portion of the overall redevelopment of the 14th Street Mall area. The other component consists of 42 units of affordable housing financed through tax-exempt bonds (and related four percent Low-Income Housing Tax Credit equity), historic tax credits and other subsidies; financing for this component closed in mid-2007. Mixed-use

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