Downtown St. Louis received some good news back in 2012 when Saint Louis University announced its plans to move its School of Law to the city’s Central Business District.
The St. Louis chapter of CREW on Jan. 14 held a presentation to discuss the impact that the law school’s move to 100 N. Tucker Blvd. in downtown St. Louis — which was completed in time for the 2012-2013 academic year — had on the city.
St. Louis residents Joe and Loretta Scott donated the 11-story building, once occupied by AT&T, to the school. Joe Scott, of course, is the owner of Scott Properties, a company that manages more than 2 million square feet of medica, retail, office and warehouse space in the St. Louis area.
During the event, representatives from the Saint Louis University faculty, Lawrence Group and Clayco discussed the details of the $30 million redevelopment project.
Speakers at the event included Professor Anders Walker, co-director of the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Law at Saint Louis University; Mike Schnaare, principal with the Lawrence Group; and Tom Sieckhaus, partner and project executive with Clayco.