is moving quickly toward an opening sometime this summer.
Look at the photos included here.
The relatively mild winter so far allowed for on footings, foundations, grading and adjacent roadwork.
Tuesday, on the second day in a row of 80-degree weather, road workers were tackling the medians at the traffic lights in the intersection. Lanes and signals will be re-designed to accommodate shopping traffic.
The intersection includes Marquette High School, a PNC Bank and residential housing—some single family, others appear to be attached housing in a semi-gated community.
Ever caught up in the traffic jam on Clarkson Road when Marquette classes let out for the day?
Let us know in comments below if you think the Schnucks-related roadwork can fix that? Or what a solution might be?
The new boutique-style Schnucks is smaller than its typical supermarkets, and officials have said the products would be a somewhat different selection.
The intersection is where Ballwin, Chesterfield and Clarkson Valley meet.