Wildhorse Village

This new multi-use development is being delivered through the integrated services of CRG, Lamar Johnson Collaborative and Clayco.

When complete, Wildhorse Village will offer wide-ranging housing options, including 500 apartment units across two rental communities, 104 condominium residences, 72 townhomes, and 35 single-family residences, as well as nearly one million square feet of commercial office, retail and restaurant space. Along with publicly accessible green space with trails and waterfront amenities, residents, employees and visitors will also enjoy the community’s flagship amenity: a 15-acre lake at the village’s center, visible and accessible from various points throughout the development. The waterfront will be activated with a terraced plaza, a boardwalk with seating areas, an amphitheater and a boathouse. In partnership with CRG, Wildhorse Village was designed by Lamar Johnson Collaborative (LJC), a subsidiary of CRG’s parent company, Clayco, which is constructing the development’s infrastructure. Residential offerings will be developed by CRG or in partnership with other real estate development firms, while commercial offerings will be developed by CRG and constructed by Clayco.

Clayco began extensive infrastructure improvements on the Wildhorse Village site in early 2021, most of which are scheduled for completion this month. These include building 6.6 acres of roadways and 3.25 miles of sidewalks with lighting and landscaping; expanding public utilities; improving 8.3 acres of public green space with landscaping and pocket parks; and installing approximately 1.5 miles of bicycle lanes and 2.2 miles of walking paths that circle the lakefront and connect with the Riparian Trail, which runs along Chesterfield Creek.eater and boathouse, as well as access to ground level shops, fitness facilities and cafes.

Inclusive gathering spaces foster community, provide unique retail experiences, elevate work, and create engaged living.

Designed by architects Arcturis and LJC, with construction by St. Louis-based Holland Construction Services, The Flats at Wildhorse Village will feature 266 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom luxury units on four floors that wrap around an interior courtyard with a large-scale resort-style pool, a deck with grilling stations, and firepits. The building’s exterior will resemble townhomes, with balconies and open terraces to add depth and activity to the façade. Units will feature quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, tile shower surrounds, glass shower doors, and custom flooring, as well as unobstructed lake views. Additional building amenities will include a fitness center with yoga and cycling rooms; pet-friendly amenities such as a dog park and dog spa; a business center and resident lounges to accommodate remote work; bike storage; and a 400-space parking structure. Construction is slated for completion in summer 2023.

Tucked among some of Chesterfield’s marquee employers, including Bayer, Mercy Healthcare, Pfizer, Inc., and RGA, Wildhorse Village is ideally positioned within the greater community and near notable amenities, such as the Samuel C. Sach’s branch of the St. Louis County Library, the Chesterfield Family YMCA, The J Chesterfield Gym & Fitness Center, Faust Park and the Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center.

Wildhorse Village is the largest mixed-use project undertaken by CRG to date. The firm has a significant presence in Chesterfield, with over 100 acres of development already in place.

Art & Science

“Rising Horizons” by artist Rafael Barrios has just been installed along the shore of Wildhorse Lake — representing our commitment to the Art and Science of Building. This amazing piece of art symbolizes the endless possibilities of the soon-to-be thriving neighborhood.

Safety is Our First Priority

Our Wildhorse Village jobsite in Chesterfield, Missouri welcomed the local Monarch Fire Protection District to train in some of the site’s vacant offices while the buildings await demolition. Most recently, the fire department ran their MayDay drills, simulating the rescue of an endangered member of their squad from a burning building. Clayco was happy to provide these brave first responders the opportunity to practice these drills that can save lives.




Chesterfield, Missouri


80 Acres


  • Architect: Lamar Johnson Collaborative