McEagle | St. Louis Public Radio


(St. Louis Public Radio)

Two auctions were held Monday in connection with developer Paul McKee’s McEagle Properties, LLC.

In the first auction, held by Triad Bank, McKee appeared to pay off McEagle’s remaining debt to the bank. A company connected to McKee paid Triad $748,000 for McEagle’s assets.

"We are pleased to announce that M Property Services, LLC was the successful bidder for substantially all the assets of McEagle Properties, LLC," said McKee spokesman Jim Gradl in an emailed statement. "M Property Services, LLC is a new entity affiliated with the McKee family."

(St. Louis Public Radio)

NorthSide developer Paul McKee, Jr. has released "An Open Letter to the People of St. Louis" regarding the progress, process and questions surrounding the Northside Regeneration Initiative.

This comes with the announcement that McKee has gotten an additional $8 million in state tax credits for the $8 billion, that's billion with a "B," Northside project.

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Rachel Heidenry | St. Louis Beacon

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon: August 14, 2008 - After months of work on a plan to reopen the long-dark Kiel Opera House in downtown St. Louis, the St. Louis Blues owners and McEagle Properties aren't ready yet to say that they can raise the curtain and put entertainment back on stage there. But they are continuing to move in that direction.