Holland Construction Services is making progress on one of its newest midrise development projects in the St. Louis area and recently held a ground-breaking ceremony for the project.
Bemiston Place is a $101 million multifamily complex being developed in Clayton, Missouri. Construction began in early summer and columns now stand where the complex is located at 9 N. Bemiston Ave.
The nearly 300,000-square-foot development and eight-story complex will include 237 units, a fourth-floor courtyard and a spa and pool, fitness center and clubhouse. With 10,300 square feet available for six retail spaces, the development will also include space for a two-story restaurant and will be an extension of Clayton’s entertainment district. The project includes a three-level 345-space concrete parking structure that is completely hidden from the public view by creative architecture.
As part of the design for Bemiston Place, developer Balke Brown Transwestern chose to preserve the historic Shanley Building next to the new development, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. The space will be used as a separate coworking and storage area for residents. Brown said, once complete, the overall development will be unique to the area, by providing residents a choice of working from home or working in the adjacent Shanley offices.
This project is expected to be completed by May of 2024. The architect on the project is Hord Coplan Macht.