This is a development project on a campus that will be named Keller Station. The campus has multiple buildings that will offer office spaces, restaurants, boutique retail spaces, co-working space, indoor food market (think Chelsea Market, Pike Market, Eastern Market), possible private montessori school, and so on. The "Keller Station" name is coming from the history of the campus. The original building to the Campus was a train station called Keller Station back in the 1800s. Behind the development is the old tracks that have been turned into a bike trail named the Rock Island Trail which is actively used by the community and well maintained. We have the old train schedules and a logo from the "Peoria Route" which the train station stop used to be located on - see images. In 1937, the State of Illinois started building their headquarters for Illinois Department of Transportation on it, and Building 1 & 2 were cutting edge design and construction for the time - see article. We are repurposing all these old buildings into a warehouse chic campus with mixed use to provide a "live, work, play" type of campus. We love the old marquee signs on top of old buildings that are illuminated, example attached. So we are looking at incorporating that into the development. Building 2 is going to be a large indoor market - inspired by Eastern Market, Chelsea Market, Pikes Market, Eataly, etc. Building 3 & 4 are going to be retail space / restaurants. Building 5 & 6 will be co-working space as it's in a dock height building (roughly 3-4' off the ground) and looks out over Donovan Park which used to be a golf course and is now a park right behind the campus on the other side of the trail. In between building 3 & 4 and building 5 & 6, we are working on a pedestrian mall type of feel with lights strung between the buildings and the ability to close the area to vehicle traffic on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Building 8 & 9 would be more boutiques and we have a montessori type of school interested in occupying part of the building. We are inspired by the location of the campus near the old railroad train station as we have called the development "Keller Station" but we don't want to go too over the top with the train them. We love the "Peoria Route" logo that is in the top right corner of one of the old train schedules, but we are open to ideas on how to celebrate the history of the site while designing for the modern look and feel that the redevelopment project is going to bring to the campus.