By Bill Raack, St. Louis Public Radio
ST. LOUIS – St. Louis county officials are asking for the public's help in determining the future of the Jamestown Mall.
The mall has been struggling financially in recent years, losing its anchor stores including Dillard's and Sears.
County economic development officials are developing a new master plan for the one-million-square-foot facility. They'll hold four sessions in the next week in order to gather public input for the mall.
Dover Kohl & Partners will host a design session Thursday night at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley.
Other Public Events to be Held at the Community College Following the Design Session:
- Open Design Studio: 9 a.m.- 7 p.m. Friday, September 10-Monday, September 13
Stop by the studio to talk with design team and provide input as plan evolves.
- Open House: 10:30a.m.- Noon, Saturday, September 11
View the design team's work to date and provide feedback on the plan.
- Final Work-in-Progress Presentation: 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesday, September 14
See the work completed during the past week.