Corporate welfare on the new streetcar line has many locals skeptical about the public benefit and/or historic preservation that'll be remade as luxury housing.
Here's another, worthwhile, installment in the ogoing argument . . . Read more:
Historic preservation groups and affordable housing advocates are butting heads over a proposal giving tax breaks to build an upscale apartment complex near the iconic Katz Drug Store. St. Louis-based Lux Living plans to fix up and use the historical building for a fitness center, audio studio, co-working spaces and other amenities.