PARIC Construction completed construction of the Stifel Theatre, formally the Peabody Opera House in October 2011. The original building was completed in 1934, and originally contained an auditorium back-to-back with the Opera House. The project included the renovation of the existing five-story, 315,634 sq. ft. building and various site improvements transformed the Opera House into a full entertainment theatrical event venue. There is a main 3,200 seat theater and four additional side venues. A new VIP entrance located off of 14th Street has also been added. Specific areas will be restored and refurbished to their original historic profiles.
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St. Louis Union Station Headhouse Hotel
Historic Renovation, Hospitality & Entertainment, Tenant Improvement
The renovation of the historic Headhouse portion of the St. Louis Union Station Doubletree by Hilton included upgrading the existing finishes to 69 five-star rooms with wood flooring, wet bars, crown molding, and barn style glass shower doors.
Express Scripts Headquarters
This headquarters for Express Scripts was built in two phases. Phase I included a 315,000 sq.ft. build-to-suit headquarters for the St. Louis-based, prescription management firm and was completed ahead of schedule, in just 17 months.
Honda of Frontenac
This 80,000 sq. ft. addition and renovation to the Honda of Frontenac dealership was completed in two phases.
The Arcade Building
Academic, Historic Renovation, Multi-Family
The Arcade Building was originally constructed as two separate buildings: The Wright Building in 1906, and the adjoining Arcade Building in 1919.