lakerealtor 5pts How old are these photos? I personally did a lot of historical research on this project. I worked for one of the developers brought on to do this project in 2009-2010, to turn into senior housing and a museum. The chapel was in ruins at that point, but Paric had done quite a bit to stabilize the main house structure. The entire Northside Plan is really quite remarkable & inspiring, and I for one give McKee my full support. I've seen his plan & think if the general public could hear and see it too they would have a much different opinion. He is working hard to bring more $, jobs, schools, and corporations to the St.Louis area that will benefit the whole city in the long run. I think it's a shame that the legalities of the situation have prolonged the progress for this long. I have no doubts that McKee is strongly passionate about preserving the historical attributes of the Clemens House! It saddens me to see these comments as though McKee is heartless and has forgotten about this gem. I'm sure that is far from the case & can't wait to see what he does with it.