News from Park Central Development

Countdown to Park Central Gala

We’re counting down to the big day. Will you celebrate with us? Park Central Development’s 4th Annual Gala is just two weeks away and we couldn’t be more excited. We’re thrilled to be holding the event at Majorette with food by 23 City Blocks.  Cocktail hour kicks off with games and entertainment by Miss Jubilee and the… Read More >>

Tiffany Neighborhood Action Plan Draft

Park Central Development staff has been working closely with the Tiffany Community Association and other area stakeholders to create a five-year action plan in order to better their neighborhood.  The first step in the process was to draft, distribute, and analyze a needs assessment survey.  It was completed by over 100 residents in the Tiffany… Read More >>

January 2017 Newsletter

Park Central Development has been busy in January. Read the latest edition of the newsletter here. There are many things on the horizon for the neighborhoods we serve in 2017.

FPSE Development Committee Meeting November 29th

The next FPSE Development Committee Meeting is Tuesday, November 29 at 5:30 p.m. in the Park Central Development offices located at 4512 Manchester Ave., Suite 100. Below are links to the packets of information on agenda items.  It is wonderful to see so much development in this neighborhood. Agenda 4101 Gibson 1519 Tower Grove 4427 Chouteau… Read More >>

October 2016 Newsletter

OCTOBER 2016 NEWSLETTER www.parkcentraldevelopment.org The Mission of Park Central Development is to partner with community stakeholders and work to strengthen and attract investment that creates and maintains vibrant neighborhoods and commercial districts in the City of St. Louis.  Park Central Development’s focal neighborhoods are Botanical Heights, Cheltenham, Central West End, Forest Park Southeast, King’s Oak,… Read More >>

Grove Fest 2016 October 1: This One Goes to 11

Grove Fest, St. Louis’s highly anticipated and outrageously eclectic street festival is Saturday, October 1st to celebrating its ELEVENTH year!  The festivities run from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m.  The event is free to attend as always  A suggested $5 donation will help keep the fun going and those who donate will get a fun surprise…. Read More >>