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  The man who took the NFL out of St. Louis won't be pursuing a mega-development in the St. Louis suburbs after all.

Officials in Maryland Heights, Missouri, said Wednesday that billionaire real estate developer Stan Kroenke and St. Louis attorney Alan Bornstein have ended plans to develop 1,800 acres near the Missouri River.

Maryland Heights officials blamed the struggling retail economy, saying the developers couldn't find enough stores for the project.

Messages seeking comment from Kroenke and Bornstein were not returned.

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Stan Kroenke couldn't wait to get his NFL team out of St. Louis six months ago, in part because of what his team's relocation application deemed to be a "struggling economy."

After 20 years, St. Louis is again without an NFL team.

National Football League owners in Houston overwhelmingly approved St. Louis Rams Stan Kroenke’s bid to move to Inglewood, California. The San Diego Chargers will have the first option to move into the stadium while the Oakland Raiders will stay put in their home market. The Raiders would only get an LA option if the Chargers decline.

The effort to build a new football stadium and potentially keep the Rams from moving back to Los Angeles faces a key vote Friday when St. Louis aldermen decide whether to spend $150 million on the project.

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St. Louis aldermen are meeting in special session to consider approving the city's share of funding for a new NFL stadium — $150 million.

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Economic development officials say building a new football stadium in St. Louis could bring nearly $300 million in net tax revenues to Missouri over the next 30 years.

A panel of House members Monday discussed the state's options to replace the 20-year-old taxpayer-funded dome currently in the city.

St. Louis Rams

  A proposed open-air football stadium in St. Louis backers hope will convince Rams owner Stan Kroenke to keep the team from returning to Los Angeles will likely require voter approval of its public financing component. 

Amid reports that the team’s owner plans to build a stadium close to Los Angeles, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said a plan should be revealed this week that aims to keep the Rams in St. Louis. 

St. Louis Rams

Columbia businessman and St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke is looking to add the Outdoor Network to his sports empire.

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St. Louis Rams owner and Columbia resident Stan Kroenke  says there’s no reason for him to comment right now on the likelihood the St. Louis Rams will remain in the city.