August 30, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
The development team of The Private Residences at The Chase Park Plaza recently announced the creation of a new position in preparation for the completion of the residences: Director of Resident Communications. St. Louis native Beth Niehoff was recently hired to fill the new position.

Niehoff brings nearly two decades of office management, sales and marketing experience to the position, previously working with Siegfried Financial Group and Albert Adair Designs. In her new role, Niehoff will work closely with future residents as a liaison between owners and the sales and management teams. Until construction completion, she will facilitate the creation of the homes by ensuring each detail meets the project’s and owner’s high standards. As the development quickly nears its scheduled completion, the liaison role will evolve to accommodate the new community’s needs.

“As the only homes with the services of a world-class hotel, The Private Residences will be the most unique living experience in St. Louis,” said Marcia Smith Niedringhaus, one of the developers of the project. “Excellent service is a hallmark of The Chase Park Plaza, and we’re thrilled to provide someone for our future residents who understands and practices this commitment. Beth’s experience and skills will go far in fulfilling any needs our residents may have.”

About The Private Residences at The Chase Park Plaza
The Private Residences at The Chase Park Plaza will range from 1,020 square feet to 4,217 square feet and list for $395,000 to $2.6 million. Owners can choose from more than 30 floor plans, including main-floor living and multilevel retreats. Residents will have house accounts, giving them unique access to the hotel services, including 24-hour room service and concierge, catering and event support, health club and more. The Chase Park Plaza is located at 212 N. Kingshighway Blvd. in St. Louis’ Central West End.

About The Chase Park Plaza
What began as two buildings, The Chase Park Plaza has been a St. Louis landmark since the 1920s. Over the years, the Chase and Park Plaza welcomed kings, queens, rock and opera stars, athletes and politicians. The Chase became the home away from home for renowned actors, singers and politicians traveling through St. Louis, including every American president from the 1920s to the 1980s. The Chase continues to evolve, bringing storied history and lavish accommodations together with upscale living and unparalleled amenities. More than 80 years later, The Chase Park Plaza encompasses the five-screen Chase Park Plaza Cinemas, Café Eau & Bistro, The Tenderloin Room, Khorassan Room, The Zodiac Room and Starlight Roof, Chasers Lounge, a beautifully renovated conference center, The Chase Park Plaza apartments (soon to become The Private Residences at The Chase Park Plaza) and a 20,000-square-foot fitness center.
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