Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

New Plans Call for AC Hotel on Former Clayton Police HQ Site

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

New Plans Call for AC Hotel on Former Clayton Police HQ Site

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New plans filed with the city of Clayton show a 12-story, 218-room AC Hotel on the site of the old Clayton Police Department headquarters at 227 South Central Avenue.

Montana developer HomeBase and Rusty Keeley, CEO of St. Louis-based L. Keeley Construction, are behind the project. The development group agreed to acquire the property from the city of Clayton for $2.37 million in September.

The project is expected to cost $45 million.

A conceptual review of the mixed-use development will be Feb. 20 at the city's Plan Commission and Architectural Review Board. The project will include a fitness center, meeting space and rooftop patio and bar.

Clayton first sought private development plans for the building next to the MetroLink station in the summer of 2015. It followed up with a second request for proposals in February and received four responses by April. …

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