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Trammell Crow Company's High Street Residential will develop The James, its first multifamily project in the St. Louis area

Trammell Crow’s High Street Residential Plans First St. Louis Project 

High Street Residential (HSR), the residential subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, announced plans for its first multifamily project in the Greater St. Louis area. Located at 416 N. Kirkwood Road in Kirkwood, MO, The James will rise five stories and will include 152 apartments and more than 7,000 square feet of ground-floor retail. The suburban-urban development is slated to deliver in early 2024. 
“The James is situated on a site in Kirkwood that is distinctively ‘suburban urban,’ offering urban walkability and access to great amenities in a suburban location,” said Josh Udelhofen, SVP with HSR’s Midwest office. “This creates an environment that is a highly desirable feature for renters and one that crosses generational boundaries.”  

He continued, “The last large-scale residential project developed in Kirkwood delivered almost two decades ago, meaning that there is a significant lack of new supply.”


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HSR's Udelhofen

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