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Matt Pfund, of Jack Matthews Development, representing 10300 Olive, LLC, has submitted an application to amend the Official Zoning Map of the City of Creve Coeur to change the zoning of the former Bayer West campus from RO-Research Office to PMD-Planned Mixed Use Development District referred to as Olia Village. In accordance with Section 405.390 of the Zoning Code for Planned Zoning Districts, the applicant has submitted a Site Concept Plan for the 96-acre parcel and Phase One Site Development Plan for review and approval by the City.
Located within the 39 North AgTech District, the planned development will be constructed in five phases and will feature four distinct components: Main Street, Mixed-Use, General Office, and Residential. The proposed uses within the overall development include commercial buildings, restaurants, mixed-use with ground floor retail/commercial uses, and multi-family dwelling units on the upper floors within a “Main Street” setting, hotels, apartments, office and research, as well as attached townhomes.
The existing buildings formerly used by Bayer are proposed to remain and will be repurposed for office and residential uses. Parking to support the development will be provided within several parking garages, surface parking lots and on-street parking throughout the development. Pedestrian amenities include a trail and sidewalks connecting the various components of the development. Common ground areas featuring detention ponds and a park are also proposed.
The submitted Site Development Plan for Phase One would involve site clearing, grading, site utilities and roadway construction. Building construction and related site improvements would be submitted at a later date in association with each of the outlined phases as provided in the Site Concept Plan. A subdivision plat has also been submitted to create individual lots and to dedicate streets and easements that correspond with the proposed improvements as shown on the Site Concept Plan.
View the zoning application on the City's website.
The City also anticipates receiving a request for economic incentives from the developer, which will be evaluated prior to consideration by the City Council.
The first reading by the City Council will occur on October 9, 2023. The City Council meeting agenda will be available online prior to the meeting.