Logistics center planned for Jamestown Mall site, county officials say
ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
By Jeremy Kohler St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Updated at 7:39 p.m.: The St. Louis Economic Development Partnership released information about the project planned for Jamestown Mall
CLAYTON • Jamestown Mall won’t come back as a shopping center in its next life.
The former shopping mall in north St. Louis County will be redeveloped into a logistics center by the same developer behind massive warehouse projects elsewhere in north St. Louis County, county economic development officials said Thursday.
Kansas City-based NorthPoint Logistics was the only company that responded to the county’s request for proposals to redevelop the dilapidated indoor mall, said Sheila Sweeney, chief executive officer of the St. Louis Economic Development Partnership.
NorthPoint is the same firm behind the 165-acre Hazelwood Logistics Park, where it plans to start its seventh and eighth warehouses at that site by the end of this year. It is also considering a new industrial park north of the St. Louis Outlet Mall.
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