Panel Presents Development Ideas for UMSL South MetroLink Station
A five-story hotel, retail space and mixed residential and student housing are some of the development ideas proposed by the Urban Land Institute for the UMSL South MetroLink station at the University of Missouri–St. Louis.
The ULI St. Louis chapter in partnership with Citizens for Modern Transit and Metro will present the possibilities for development at the station during a panel event at 8:30 a.m. April 17 in Century Rooms A & B at the Millennium Student Center at UMSL.
The ULI carried out a Technical Assistance Panel for the Metro station. Participants included local experts on land use, policy and development. The group spent two days analyzing the opportunities for the UMSL South station, interviewing stakeholders and developing a plan to move development forward. The panel will discuss the results of the TAP study.
Below is the list of panelists for the event:
- Andy Barnes, IMPACT Strategies – TAP Chair
- Andrew Gulotta, attorney, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale
- Kent Evans, vice president/brokerage, Intelica
- Amos Harris, principal, Spinnaker St. Louis
- Laura Radcliff, senior vice president, public finance, Stifel, Nicolaus & Company
- Rachael Witt, executive director, South Grand Community Improvement District