Right across the street there is a White Castles and the Rehab Bar and Grill as well. So you are getting the idea! Having all these food choices just a few steps away from your apartment is a luxury in itself. And Manchester Avenue, just right outside Chroma’s front door, is filled with restaurants, bars and retail on just about every corner.
Video show us driving down Manchester Ave. to CHROMA Apartments.
I love the lighting accents on the building at night. It turns into a beautiful work of art with different colored lighting spilling upward on the building and the front entrance with flowers, trees and shrubs looks more like a decorated mansion than an urban apartment. And the signage on the retail are all in step and give the building a classy and inviting ambience.
THE OLIVER Apartments are being built where the former Olivette Fire Department once stood at 9473 Olive Blvd. On Nov. 11, 2020 a banner with THE OLIVER in bold letters along with Ridghouse Capital and Mission Constructors, LL was attached to the fence that surrounds the construction site that runs along Olive Blvd. catty corner and across from Olivette Bowl.
The multifamily apartment complex will house 151 units from studios to 2 bedrooms and is anticipated to be ready by Fall 2021.
Ridgehous Capital Mission Constructors, LLC Timberlake Engineering VE Design Group Larson Capital Management
THE OLIVER Apartments 9473 Olive Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63132 Google Maps
The City Foundry STL is planning to open in Spring of 2021 in the Grand Center neighborhood of St. Louis. The Fall 2020 updated was done on November 3, 2020 with temperatures around 73 degrees with sunny skies.
The tenants so far include: Press Waffle CO. Turmeric Hello Poke Patty’s Cheese Cakes Poptimisim STL Buenos Aires Cafe City Taco Shack Good Day Alamo Drafthouse movie theater Fassler Hall: authentic German Beer Hall Fresh Thyme Farmers Market Gateway Blend Great Rivers Greenway Orion Genomics Bullhorn’s cloud-based software solutions 18Rails – The Venue @ City Foundry STL
The GSF owners posted on the restaurant’s official Facebook page, “We are grateful to the Delmar Loop community, the Wash U staff & students, and our fellow Loop businesses for their support these past few years.”
You can visit them at 43 South Old Orchard Rd. beginning SEPTEMBER 8th for an all-new, yet still familiar Guerrilla Street Food experience. Their food truck will be back on the streets as well. Read more on their Facebook page.
This is a view of what Washington Avenue looks like on a Friday night (9.28.2020) while blocked off to stop late-night racing in Downtown St. Louis. The barricades are going to stay up until further notice which were strategically placed throughout the city, ordered by Mayor Lyda Krewson.
The blocked streets have curtailed the racing but have also stopped traffic driving by businesses as well. As a result, some owners have reported a decline in business. I did see people walking and going into the businesses tonight, however. I saw neighbors in the middle of the street visiting and talking about their dogs as well. They were laughing and having a wonderful time across from the House of Soul restaurant which has outside dining.
Do you like the barricades on Washington Avenue? Comment in the section below what you would do to make Washington Avenue a better community.
QuickTrip is coming soon to the corner of Graeser Rd. and Olive Blvd. in Creve Coeur, MO. The There will be a demolishing crew to tear down the now vacant strip mall that once housed dry cleaners, a shoe repair shop, a hair salon, and more. Construction on the new QT structure should begin in late 2020.
CREDITS: MUSIC “Around Again” by Ian Post from Artlist.io MAP provided by Google Maps Special Thanks to Creve Coeur and others that made QT possible. VIDEO by Craig Currie
There are banners that surround the property that runs along Olive Blvd across the street from Chevy’s. The Office Max that resided on this property closed and was later demolished. Expect to see more tenants signing up in the coming months which may include eateries, a grocery store, and more.
Walmart’s Grocery Pickup option on their website is so convenient and easy to use. After ordering online you choose a time and date when you can pick it up. You will get notified by email when your order is ready to be picked up.
You will then go to the Walmart location that you picked when you placed the order. You will park at the pickup area inline with one of the numbered-orange signs and then an Associate will get with you asap and load the groceries in your trunk. It’s that simple!
There is no touching or signing involved making it a safe option during the Covid-19 outbreak for customers and Associates.
Cori Bush is about to make history at the ballot box in November while setting her eyes to be the first Black female to Serve in U.S. Missouri Congress 1st District.
Bernie Sanders was thrilled that Cori Bush had won the 2020 Primary for U.S. House District 1 and said: “She is a true progressive who stands with working people and will take on the corporate elite of this country when she gets to Congress. Congratulations to @CoriBush. What a remarkable victory.”
Cori’s Speech is below both on video and written down as well.
Only Missouri can make this happen. We’re the ones that can make change, we’re the ones that will make history. We didn’t set out to make history. We didn’t try to make history. Y’know, people say, “Y’know, if I was born back in such-and-such time, y’know, I would have done this.”
During the Ferguson uprising, we didn’t hit the streets thinking, “Oh, this protest is happening, so let me come out and look special and try to get a name for myself. When you’re in a history-making moment, you don’t know that you’re in a history-making moment.
We didn’t know we were making history. We didn’t know that we would touch the entire world. We wanted justice for black and brown people. So we were fighting for someone we didn’t know.
Understand the moment that you’re in: We are making history right now. This is a history-making moment. Teachers, nurses, farmers, veterans, store clerks, hotel workers, janitors, servers, union workers, postal workers, and unemployed and those retired: this is our moment.
To the Black women making 61 cents on the dollar; the Black families who have had the, “Just make it home safely baby,” talk: this is our moment. Gay, straight, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, asexual, trans and queer: this is our moment.
To the unable to vote or unwilling to hope; the overlooked, the exploited, the movers, the breakers, the builders, the shakers, and the laborers: This. Is. Our. Moment.
The Ferguson Police Department allowed artists Linton Lovelock and Phil Berwick to paint a mural on boarded-up windows on the police department building in June of 2020. The mural reads “One Nation” and “We Hear You” at the bottom of the portrait.
The boards were on the windows for protection against protesters for George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, who was murdered by Minneapolis Police. A convenience store employee call 911 after Floyd purchased cigarettes with a counterfeit $20 bill.
One of the police officers kneeled on George Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds which killed him. During the 8 minutes and 46 seconds, Floyd was pleading, “I can’t breathe” multiple times. The other officers watched and did nothing while Floyd was suffocating due to being pinned down with a knee directly on his carotid artery which cut off blood supply killing him slowly, painfully.
Call Ferguson Police Department at (314) 522-3100 to ask them permission to paint your mural or gaffiti art on some of the unpainted boards that are still there.
MUSIC “Out in the Cold” by Josh Leake from Artlist.io
Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old African-American emergency medical technician, was fatally shot by Louisville Metro Police Department officers Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove on March 13, 2020. There have been no arrests and no justice for Breonna Taylor.
We are all still waiting and will not give up until justice is served for her murder. Read about her story if you can and sign her petition for justice at change.org!
We want to thank Jessica B. and University City for their encouragement.