Author: Green Street

Green Street Adds Real Estate Exec to C-suite

Green Street St. Louis has named commercial real estate veteran Toby Martin its new COO. Martin has more than 20 years of experience in the industry, where he previously served in senior roles at companies such as Colliers Turley Martin Tucker (now Cushman & Wakefield), Duke Realty and NAI DESCO Commercial. He also founded his own real estate investment company, Martin Properties, in 2004.

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The Road To Recovery

Tim Brinker, Superintendent for Green Street Construction, was struck by a hit and run driver while helping a stopped vehicle.  He sustained numerous injuries resulting in multiple surgeries.  Unfortunately, the doctors had to amputate his right leg.  After a long stay in the hospital and some time in a physical rehabilitation center, Tim is home and his attitude is amazing!  His leg needs to fully heal from surgery before he can be fitted for a prosthetic and is wheel chair bound until then.

As you can imagine, the above comes with outrageous medical bills. With even the best of insurance, not all of Tim’s expenses will be covered.  In addition, Tim wants to return to work and will need an advanced prosthetic and potential truck modifications to make that possible.

Please join us in supporting Tim, Megan and their children on his road to recovery. A Go Fund Me Account has been created by the Green Street St. Louis team on their behalf

Any assistance you can provide is greatly appreciated!  And please, share with others!!!


Green Street Announces Rec Hall at The Armory District

Rec Hall, which started last year as the pop-up bar Recess in The Grove, will be the lead tenant in the renovation of the historic Armory building in the Midtown neighborhood. The concept is a bar that features lawn and tailgating games, among other things.

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Exclusive: Green Street acquires one of St. Louis’ largest architecture firms as developer seeks national platform

Clayton-based Green Street is aiming to leverage the architecture firm’s experience and national contacts to broaden its pipeline.

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Green Street Redevelops 17.5-Acre Sheboygan, WI Site Into 240 Apartments

Green Street Development (“Green Street”) announced that it has purchased the 17.5 acre site containing the Van Der Vaart Concrete Company building at 1440 S 16th St, Sheboygan, WI to redevelop into a high-density, mixed-use development at the eastern side of the City named “The Oscar”.

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A Sneak Peak at Sweetwaters Coffee and Tea, coming to The Grove in October

Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea is coming to The Grove this October, with local owners Jason and Leah Rooney poised to introduce a the first of the premium-targeted and family-friendly coffee franchise to the St. Louis market.       Full story

Perennial on Lockwood Opens for Patio Service

From new iterations of The Parkmoor Drive-In and Olive + Oak to last year’s Layla and Balkan Treat Box, Webster Groves has recently become a veritable promised land for second locations of beloved local eateries. As of earlier this month, a collaboration between Perennial Artisan Ales and Olive + Oak has officially joined the roster. Perennial on Lockwood is now open for patio service at 216 W. Lockwood Ave.

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Olive + Oak Now Open

The new location of Olive + Oak recently opened in Webster Groves—sort of.

“The space turned out exactly the way we wanted it to,” says owner Mark Hinkle. “We just couldn’t open exactly the way we wanted it to, but that’s life.”

In partnership with Purina, Bar K hopes to open St. Louis location by early 2021

ST. LOUIS — Bar K, a Kansas City-based dog park and bar concept, hopes to have a location open near the Grove entertainment district by this winter.

The company this week signed a lease to occupy about 23,000 square feet of the brick warehouse at 4565 McRee Avenue that developer Green Street St. Louis plans to begin rehabbing soon. The company will also use a roughly 2-acre outdoor space behind the building for a dog park.

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St. Louis Public Library Foundation’s Stranger Than Fiction Fundraiser

Thank you to all who attended and participated in St. Louis Public Library Foundation’s Stranger Than Fiction: St. Louis in Technicolor fundraiser.

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