South Carondelet St. Louis Development, The Temtor, Welcomes Perennial Artisan Ales

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Steins Broadway, St. Louis’ leading development company for the historical South Carondelet area, announces that Perennial Artisan Ales, a new St. Louis craft brewery, is the first commercial tenant in the $27 million rehab of the former Coca-Cola plant at 8125 Michigan Avenue. This new South St. Louis commercial and residential development space is named The Temtor.

The Temtor: Commercial Space & Loft Apartments in South St. Louis

The Temtor: Commercial Space & Loft Apartments in South St. Louis

We’re thrilled with finding such an historical and unique space in an up-and-coming St. Louis area to open our brewery.

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St. Louis’ historical South Carondelet area is undergoing a transformation, thanks to Steins Broadway—the area’s primary commercial and residential development company. Now, Steins Broadway’s latest development project together with Rothschild Development, The Temtor, has its first commercial tenant, the new St. Louis brewery, Perennial Artisan Ales, which is set to open in Spring 2011. The Temtor is Steins Broadway and Rothschild Development’s $27 million South Carondelet St. Louis development project that is turning a former Coca-Cola syrup plant into seventy-seven loft apartments and 27,000 square feet of commercial space for lease.

Built in 1919, The Temtor was once home to a fruit-preserves company and then to the Coca-Cola syrup plant. Steins Broadway is co-developing the renovation of the St. Louis historical building with Rothschild Development.

The Temtor’s first commercial tenant, Perennial Artisan Ales, is a microbrewery specializing in premium craft beers, especially barrel-aged beer. Former Brewmaster of Chicago’s Half Acre Beer Co., Phil Wymore, is the co-owner and Brewmaster of Perennial Artisan Ales. Perennial’s new space in The Temtor will include a brewery, tasting room and beer garden.

“We’re thrilled with finding such an historical and unique space in an up-and-coming St. Louis area to open our brewery,” says Wymore. “Our beers will be catered to the tastes of beer enthusiasts all over St. Louis, and The Temtor is easily accessible to our customers in the city and beyond. And, with the Developer’s renovations, our beer garden and tasting room guests will enjoy modern amenities in an historical place.”

“Steins Broadway is dedicated to renewing the once-vibrant and busy South Carondelet area in St. Louis,” highlights Steins Broadway’s owner, Benjamin Simms. “We are really excited about Perennial opening their doors at The Temtor. Perennial will be a great place for both our commercial and residential tenants to enjoy a craft beer in St. Louis. “

In addition to The Temtor, Steins Broadway has several commercial and residential renovation projects throughout the South Carondelet area in South St. Louis. All of their 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and commercial spaces are in historical buildings that are completely renovated.

“The South Carondelet area is perfect for single people, young couples and families looking for an affordable and modern urban experience in St. Louis. The growing neighborhood has an eclectic mix of artists, professionals and families. We look forward to seeing the community continue to grow when The Temtor opens,” Simms says.

For more information about renting residential or commercial spaces in South St. Louis, please visit http://www.steinsbroadway.com.

For more information about Perennial Artisan Ales, please visit http://www.perennialbeer.com.

About Steins Broadway:

Developing the South Carondelet St. Louis area, Steins Broadway is dedicated to providing their commercial and residential tenants a modern city space at affordable pricing. With their extensive renovations of several historical buildings in the South Carondelet area, Steins Broadway is committed to reviving this St. Louis community. For more information on renting a Steins Broadway property, please visit http://www.steinsbroadway.com/.

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