Update: The walls were blown over by strong winds on December 27, 2018. It has now been replaced by another wall made of insulation, and after the building permits for the first hospital expired, the Board of Aldermen approved similar tax incentives.
They’re supposed to be building a three-bed urgent care hospital on the newly cleared site of the old Pruitt-Igoe housing project. This wall went up months ago. Nothing has happened since then. But yet, some St. Louis politicians still have faith in Paul McKee. Give me a break.