A Blog detailing the beauty of St. Louis architecture and the buildup of residue-or character-that accumulates over the course of time.
I’m kind of surprised that it lasted so long after all of the arguing between May Company and the building owner, with Sen getting forced out. I assume that Macy’s wasn’t so gung ho on getting more space for the parking garage?
It is ridiculous, wasn’t it? Running out that restaurant and now looking for tenants years later? Ironic?
I’m so happy that the Gill Building has been preserved and renovated. An animation studio has leased all of the upper floors, and there’s talk of a sub shop going in on the ground floor!
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