Missouri Hudson Holdings, a developer specializing in downtown historic re-use projects, is planning to redevelop the Railway Exchange Building in St. Louis. Built in 1914, the 21-story, 1.2-million-sq-ft building formerly housed the flagship department store of the Famous-Barr chain and, later, a Macy’s, which closed in 2013. The tallest building in St. Louis when it opened, it remains the second-largest building by interior area in the city’s downtown. Hudson Holdings, Attn: Steve Michael, Principal, 20 South Swinton Ave., Delray Beach, Fla. 33444. DR#16-00528930.
New Mexico Pegasus Global Holdings LLC is planning to build an international commercial space-launch facility on the White Sands Missile Range. To be located at SpacePort America, the project will include three launch pads, two vertical integration facilities, one horizontal integration facility, a fuel-processing center, and a 200,000-sq-ft administrative and command-control center. The project has been valued at $250 million. Pegasus Global Holdings LLC, Attn: Robert Brumley, Managing Director, 1875 I St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006. DR#11-00623050.
New York The New York State Dept. of Transportation is planning to develop the Remsen-to-Lake Placid Travel Corridor. The project entails upgrading 45 miles of the rail line to extend a tourist train route between Utica and Tupper Lake. The second part of the project involves removing railroad tracks between Tupper Lake and Lake Placid and building a 34-mile community recreational trail. The project is valued at $23 million. New York State Dept. of Transportation, 50 Wolf Rd., Albany, 12232. DR#14-00661599.
Tennessee Hastings Architecture Associates, which is both the project owner and designer, is planning to build the Ballpark Apartments and Retail at Third Avenue North and Jackson Street in Nashville. The project will include two six-story buildings, containing a to-be-determined number of residential units, plus ground-level retail space. The project has been valued at between $10 million and $15 million. Hastings Architecture Associates, 127 Third Ave., South, Nashville, 37201. DR#16-00491243.
Texas Meyers Group is planning to develop a mixed-use project in El Paso. It will consist of a 22-story, 256-ft-tall, 423,662-sq-ft tower, containing 228 apartments, a 219-room hotel, retail space and a 715-space parking garage. Kobi Karp Architecture & Interior Design Inc. is the designer. When completed, it will be the second-tallest building in El Paso. The project has been valued at between $25 million and $50 million. Meyers Group, Attn: Alan Losada, Executive Vice President, 5772 N. Mesa, El Paso, 79912. DR#16-00508046.
Contracts, Bids, Proposals
Colorado Clear Creek Real Estate has started to convert Old El Jebel Shrine—a 60,000-sq-ft, Moorish-style building, erected in 1929 in Denver—into 25 condominiums, to be called Mirador@Tennyson Condos. Craine Architecture has designed the project, which has been valued at $12 million. Clear Creek Real Estate, Attn: Laura Wnorowski, Owner, 15710 West Colfax Ave., Golden, 80401. DR#14-00647890.
Massachusetts Cranshaw Construction, acting as the construction manager-at-risk, has started building the Siena at Ink Block Condominiums, located at 237-241 Albany St. in Boston. The project involves erecting an eight-story, 100,200-sq-ft building, containing 79 condominiums, a swimming pool, a Whole Foods Market, restaurants and other retailers on the ground floor. Elkus Manfredi Architects Ltd. designed the project. The project’s value has been estimated at between $25 million and $50 million. Cranshaw Construction, Attn: Andrew Bosco, 2310 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls, 02462. DR#15-00704897.
Montana Hardy Construction Co. has started constructing the Stockman Bank Building in Missoula. The six-story, 65,000-sq-ft building, located at 300 W. Broadway, will have an attached parking garage and two levels of retail. The project also includes the on-site demolition of the former Salvation Army Building. CTA Architects/Engineers designed the building. The project’s value has been estimated at $29 million. Hardy Construction Co., Attn: Cory Moore, Project Manager, 420 North 25th St., Billings, 59108. DR#15-00402668.
Bid, Proposal Dates
California 6/21 The City of Rancho Cucamonga is re-bidding the Rancho Cucamonga Fire Protection District Fire Training Center. The project entails the construction of three two-story buildings, totaling 20,934 sq ft. HMC Architects designed the project, and Erickson Hall Construction Co. has been selected as the construction manager. The project’s value has been estimated at $13.7 million. City of Rancho Cucamonga, 10500 Civic Center Dr., Rancho Cucamonga, 91730. DR#15-00703224.
Georgia 6/24 The Paulding County Board of Commissioners is seeking bidders to construct the Richland Creek Dam in Paulding County. The project entails building a125-ft-high, 4,150-ft-long earthen dam and a 1,600-ft-long raw-water pipeline, running from Old Dallas Road to the reservoir. Arcadis G&M Inc. designed the project, which has been valued at $86 million. Paulding County Board of Commissioners, Attn: Kelly Brown, Purchasing Agent, 240 Constitution Blvd., Dallas, 30132. DR#01-00854447.