Who owns Crestwood Plaza?

Who owns Crestwood Plaza?

UrbanStreet Group
Dierbergs and McBride Homes have the 46-acre property at 1 Crestwood Plaza under contract from the Chicago-based owner, UrbanStreet Group.

When did Crestwood mall open?

March 21, 1957
Crestwood Court/Opened

What are they building in Crestwood?

Crestwood officials are hopeful they finally have a redevelopment plan for the old mall site that will stick. The city is in the initial planning and financing stages for a retail, restaurant and housing project on a nearly 50-acre site in the heart of Crestwood along Watson Road.

What happened to the Mills mall?

In October 2012, Simon Property Group, into which Mills Corporation had merged, and it became a bank owned asset thus and was renamed to St. Louis Outlet Mall. On May 24, 2019, Namdar Realty Group announced the closing of the mall and gave the tenants 30 days to vacate the building.

When did Crestwood Mall in St.Louis close?

It was by then assumed that Crestwood Mall was not going to be around much longer, and that became official in September 2013, when the exterior Lens Crafters closed their doors. Crestwood Plaza was the first regional mall in the St. Louis metropolitan area. Local retail developers Louis and Milton Zorensky developed the mall in 1957.

What was the first shopping mall in St.Louis?

Crestwood Court. Crestwood Court Exterior. Crestwood Court, formerly known as Crestwood Plaza and Westfield Crestwood, was an enclosed shopping mall in Crestwood, Missouri. Opened in 1957, it was the first major mall in the St. Louis area, and one of the first to have more than one department store.

What are the anchors of Crestwood Court Mall?

Its original anchor stores included local department store Scruggs, Vandervoort and Barney (later Famous-Barr, then Macy’s) and Sears, making one of the first major malls to have more than one anchor store, and the first to utilize a split-level parking lot to allow direct access to both floors of the anchors.

When did the Woolworth store at Crestwood Plaza close?

The suit ruled in Kroger’s favor. Originally an open-air mall, Crestwood Plaza was enclosed in 1984. A Woolworth store at the mall closed in 1988, and was replaced by 18 smaller stores a year later. Westfield Group purchased Crestwood Plaza in 1998 and renamed it Westfield Shoppingtown Crestwood.

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