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Old Posted Apr 30, 2017, 5:00 AM
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Big development proposal for St. Paul

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Cardon’s proposed development, which will be further defined by a future market study, includes:
Four-star hotel with 200 rooms
300 market-rate housing units
60,000 square feet of office space
30,000 square feet of retail along Kellogg Boulevard
1,200 parking stalls which will support hotel, residential and office needs
Public plaza allowing for vertical circulation to the riverfront along Shepard Road and connecting to the proposed River Balcony
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Unsure about the exact floor count but I'm counting the base along with cliff with the tower. The towers itself is 7 floors less that the title floor amounts I think so 28,20, and 9 floors.
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Old Posted Sep 18, 2018, 10:57 PM
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The old proposal is dead but new proposals have appeared including this huge one by AECOM.



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AECOM, a well-known architectural and engineering firm that is building up a development business in the Twin Cities, has a more ambitious plan. It would build a terrace that would step down from Kellogg Boulevard across the railroad tracks and Shepard Road, to the river. Towers would rise above the terrace, which would have parking ramps below.

Renderings show a waterfall, amphitheater and river promenade. All of that is pitched for the first phase.

The two tall office towers in the renderings would be in later phases. The office towers in the most ambitious plan are 30 and 24 stories. A more scaled-down rendering has them at 12 and 20 stories above Kellogg.
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Wow. That looks to be flirting with 600 feet with the spire.

That waterfall is neat.
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I tried looking it up but what is the blue lower portion of the buildings and its purpose? The green space park looks elevated by 3 stories.

Are there trains under there and are they working over air rights? Or is that the parking structure vs parking podium that we all know so well.


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Old Posted Sep 19, 2018, 2:03 AM
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Better proposal than Minneapolis has on deck....except for "200 Central" and "Eleven". Nice addition to StP!
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AECOM THINKS BIG. TOO BIG?

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The AECOM proposal calls for 1.2 million square feet of office space, 300 apartments, 150 hotel rooms and 60 condos above 1,500 parking stalls. But experts doubt it can happen.
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Recent update to AECOM & Ramsey County's redevelopment project of the former West Publishing and Ramsey County Jail sites in Downtown Saint Paul: https://www.ramseycounty.us/sites/de...p%20Packet.pdf .

The project would consist of a single large parking garage along and below the bluff face, with four towers above. A pedestrian cap would extend across the rail line and Shepherd Rd between the towers and the river.

As currently proposed, Phase I would include a hotel and condo tower, and an apartment tower, each with retail in the base, and a segment of the parking ramp and cap. Phases II & III would each extend the parking ramp and cap, and would each include an office tower with retail in the base.

If built, these towers would be the first new high-rises in Saint Paul since 2000, and they would likely be the tallest buildings built in Saint Paul since the late 1980s.















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Merged with the existing thread.
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Ah thanks, sorry I missed the existing thread!
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