Downtown St. Louis Development Group Picks New Point Man

Downtown St. Louis | Photo courtesy of Creative Commons
Downtown St. Louis | Photo courtesy of Creative Commons

The Partnership for Downtown St. Louis has hired Doug Woodruff, a 25-year veteran of local development circles, as its new president and chief executive, starting Jan. 1.

Currently a partner at the real estate consulting firm DFC Group, Woodruff has held top community development jobs at several local banks, most recently Bank of America. He was an early financier of redevelopment along Washington Avenue and has had a hand in projects ranging from Cupples Station to the redevelopment of the Central Library.

His experience, and deep local ties, will help the Partnership, and downtown, said Zack Boyers, chairman of the Partnership’s board. Woodruff replaces Maggie Campbell, who resigned in May after 3½ years leading the Partnership.

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