On Saturday, June 7, 2014 from 8:30 am to 12:00 pm, Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT) and the Skinker-DeBaliviere Community Council (SDCC) held a public visioning session for restoring the Historic Wabash Station that sits atop the Delmar MetroLink Station.
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The Wabash Station Building currently sits empty at the natural entry point to the MetroLink from Delmar Avenue. Revitalizing the building as the main entrance to the MetroLink is a high priority for area stakeholders. Building upon recent Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) planning efforts, this session will articulate a community vision for reactivating the Wabash Station as the primary entrance to the Delmar MetroLink Station, which will serve as a catalyst for future development along Delmar Boulevard.
This visioning session was made possible by a grant from RiseSTL. Rise is a leading nonprofit organization that connects key groups working to revitalize communities and neighborhoods in Greater St. Louis. Formerly Regional Housing and Community Development Alliance (RHCDA), Rise acts as a resource and partner to the community, bringing together nonprofit organizations, financial institutions and government that make successful neighborhood revitalization possible.