In May 2002, the board of directors agreed to privatize the museum and sell it to Cassilly and Jump. Bank. The board members and an anonymous donor paid off another $250,000 owed to vendors. Cassilly agreed to operate the museum for at least four more years. With this plan in place, the Missouri attorney general's office and the Internal Revenue Service signed off on the deal, said Steve Stogel, president of DFC Group and a former museum board member.
Cassilly builds on success with lofts atop City Museum
the now burned and gone Fresh Building built on Laclede's Landing in the late 1800s. Leaded glass windows from a demolished Lindbergh Boulevard home are incorporated into an Nike Vapormax Cdg interior wall. Salvaged marble cut into tiles covers structural columns. Giovanna, 33, has her pregnant silhouette carved into a space left open to enter the shower.
At least five of the first 10 lofts offered above the museum will be sold by June 1 after going on the market at the start of this year. Another six units, including a few planned for a second phase of construction to begin in late fall, are reserved. As many as 28 lofts in all, ranging from 1,300 to 2,900 square feet each, may be built over three phases. They are priced between $185,000 to $336,000, though most sell for about $225,000 to $250,000, said Amy Maberry, real estate manager of The Lofts At City Museum.
will be able to use to climb to a slide, which empties into the boy's bedroom. Sections of huge metal tanks serve as interior walls. The family's dining table is a sheet of glass top on top of a large stone that was part of Nike Uptempo Tricolor
of architectural components salvaged from demolished buildings, mechanical parts from shuttered manufacturing plants, mosaic floors, original sculptures, man made caves, art installations and hundreds of other items that Cassilly and his construction crew have used to turn the former shoe factory and warehouse into an interactive playhouse.
But in the past year, the museum has become self sustaining through ticket sales and special events. Under Cassilly and Elizabeth Parker, whom he hired as museum director in April 2003, the museum has built up attendance by putting more focus on group visits by schoolchildren, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. on Fridays and Saturdays for adult visitors, and is rented for private events such as weddings, receptions, concerts and conferences. The museum also uses radio advertising to reach a wider audience. And the museum's been successful at attracting repeat visitors because something new is always being added.
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Much of the draw is the atmosphere of the City Museum itself, which occupies half of the first and second floors and all of the third floor of the 10 story, 650,000 square foot building. The museum is full Nike Air More Uptempo House Of Hoops
Cassilly has always been an artist, but found he could help pay the bills by investing in real estate, selling and trading up. He bought his first property, a home in Lafayette Square, for $2,000 when he was 22 years old. He estimates he's bought and sold about 50 properties since then. He purchased the International Shoe Co. building and its connected building fronting Washington Avenue for $525,000 in 1993 at 69 cents per square foot after selling the Polar Wave Ice Fuel Co. building on Shaw Boulevard to the Missouri Botanical Garden as a site for the garden's research center.
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