ExKuisite Designs by Kimberly Opens in Crown Square

Rise welcomes Kimberly Smith, our newest tenant to the commercial district in Crown Square.

ExKuisite Designs by Kimberly is located at 2611 14th Street and features unique jewelry, hats, bags and other accessories.

The Grand Opening was Saturday 12/21/2013 and as Kimberly puts it  “I am Open for Business and welcome everyone to come shop with me.”

Hours are currently from 10-6 daily, closed on Sunday. Visit the Facbook site at https://www.facebook.com/ExKuisiteDesignsbyKimberly

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John Nuernberger named Citizen of the Year by Brentwood Chamber

John Nuernberger, Asset Manager at Rise was named Citizen of the Year in 2013 by the Brentwood Chamber of Commerce! Congratulations!

In his own words:

1. I was born and raised in North St. Louis County and received my undergraduate degree in Administration of Justice from the University of Missouri St. Louis in 1985.

I Moved to Brentwood in 1998 with my wife Sherry Hartnett who had lived in Brentwood since 1990. She moved here because of the School system. Sherry nor I went to Brentwood schools but all my sons Andy Hartnett (just bought his first Home in Brentwood this year) , Eric Nuernberger, Jake Nuernberger and Cory Nuernberger all graduated from the Brentwood school system.

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Fox Manor Apartments Reaches 100% Occupancy!

On June 14th Rise, the City of St. Louis Community Development Administration (CDA), and Dutchtown South Community Corporation hosted the grand opening and ribbon cutting celebration of the revitalized Fox Manor Apartments.

We are elated to announce that as of October 31st Fox Manor is at 100% occupancy!

Located between Delor and Itaska Avenues on South Spring Avenue, the Fox Manor Apartments were revitalized with exterior facelifts, new floor plans, structural enhancements, modern amenities and architectural improvements designed to increase market value. The redevelopment of the Fox Manor Apartments has strengthened the community through the redesign of 25 unoccupied multi-family buildings, which are now reconfigured into 51 apartments and a management office.

The 40 rehabilitated units and 11 new units were built with design excellence in mind, yet are very sustainable and affordable.

Congratulations to everyone involved, especially the residents and business owners in the neighborhood.

 

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