Saturday, December 15, 2012
It changed hands in 2010. Now, the Post-Dispatch reports that the company owned by real estate developer and Rams owner Stan Kroenke assumes control.
The busy shopping center at the southeast corner of Highway 141 and Manchester Road has changed hands a little over two years since the last time, according to a report in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The newspaper reported that the Phoenix firm that had owned the Manchester Highlands shopping center sold it this week to TKG, which is The Kroenke Group, owned by real estate developer and St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke. The parties did not disclose the purchase price. The center is anchored by Best Buy, Bed, Bath and Beyond and a Walmart Supercenter. It last sold in September 2010 to Cole Real Estate Investments in Phoenix, which paid $48.5 million for the center at the time.
Friday, January 13, 2012
Health officials are warning that tissue boxes containing a radioactive substance have been issued to Bed, Bath and Beyond stores, including at least one in the St. Louis area.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) issued the warning Friday afternoon. It stated in a news release that metal tissue box covers delivered to Bed, Bath and Beyond retail stores throughout the U.S. may contain cobalt-60, a radioactive substance. It does not appear the covers were distributed to the Manchester Highlands location, but health officials confirm they were received by the Sunset Hills Bed, Bath and Beyond store. Customers who may have purchased the covers are advised to return them to the store for a refund. More information and a photo are available on the store's website. The DHSS made the announcement in the following news release. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and the Missouri…
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
The colossal shopping center at the corner of Hwy. 141 and Manchester Road is making "satisfactory progress" on its fifth anniversary.
Packed parking lots during the busy holiday shopping season aren't the only indicators that Manchester Highlands is bringing in business. According to the latest figures from Manchester City Hall, the shopping center is close to bringing in millions in local tax revenue. "We can safely say we're approaching $2 million for the end of the year," said Manchester Finance Director Dave Tuberty. "Hopefully it will do even better next year." Manchester Director of Planning and Zoning Franz Kraintz, recently made a presentation updating the board of aldermen on the Manchester Highlands Redevelopment Plan during a public hearing. The hearings are required by law and must occur once every five years. The Manchester Highlands project began in 2005, …
Monday, November 22, 2010
This week's local deals, ads and coupons along with a Black Friday preview. Check back each Monday for a look at deals and discounts in your local stores. If you want to tell us about a sale - email Natalia by clicking on "Email the author" above.
Find out what's on sale in Town and Country and Manchester right here each week. This week's listings focus on Black Friday's sales, the busiest shopping day of the year, store hours and how long the local sales will last. Best Buy 151 Highlands Blvd. Drive Manchester, MO, 63011 636-686-7099 Black Friday, opens 5 a.m. Bed Bath & Beyond 141 Highlands Blvd. Dr Manchester, MO, 63011 636-207-9200 Black Friday, opens 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Carter's 111 Highlands Blvd. Manchester, MO, 63011 636-527-7670 Black Friday, opens 6 a.m. to noon for the best deals, but sales until 9 p.m. Kohl's 14425 Andersohn Drive Manchester, MO, 63011 636-386-2559 Black Friday, 3 a.m. to 1 p.m. Target 1272 Town and Country Crossing Drive Town and Country, MO, 63017 …