Iron Hill

St. Louis, Missouri

The project will connect St. Louis University’s campuses with gathering space and event programming, providing needed amenities for university students and staff, as well as the general population and area workforce.

This new 850,000 square-foot, mixed-use development is planned for a 14-acre site at the intersection of Grand Boulevard and Chouteau Avenue in St. Louis. The site is at a prime intersection with easy access to I-64 and I-44, and will offer a mix of retail, entertainment, restaurant, office, hotel and residential to the exciting new Prospect Yards district of Midtown.

Located in an area of rapid urban development, the project will help connect Saint Louis University’s north and south campuses, becoming the central commercial development for Midtown St. Louis and SLU’s 25,000+ person institution. Midtown St. Louis is the fastest growing region in the metro area with the ongoing successful development of the adjacent Cortex neighborhood as well as the current developments of The Foundry, The Armory, Chroma, and Steelcote Lofts.

Clayco is partnering with Lamar Johnson Collaborative on this project. This development is designed with connectivity in mind, and will be part of the Chouteau Greenway, an active and growing area in St. Louis connecting the Gateway Arch to Forest Park. With a direct connection to the Chouteau Greenway, the site can be accessed by walking and biking trails, as well as the nearby Grand MetroLink Station and area bus stops.

Get In touch

Rick
Moeckel

Executive Vice President & Shareholder, Institutional Business Unit Leader

+314-592-2120
moeckelr@claycorp.com

Key Facts

Project size: 14 Acres / 850,000 SF
Client name:  Cullinan Properties
Architect: Lamar Johnson Collaborative

Integrated Company Involvement

LAMAR JOHNSON COLLABORATIVE

Architecture and Landscaping

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