Chivvis Development is redeveloping 58 acres of the historic Chouteau’s Landing neighborhood in St. Louis. Chouteau’s Landing is located between Broadway and the Riverfront and I-64/I-55 and Chouteau Avenue. The project will be completed in three phases, yielding five different neighborhoods and a 122,000-square-foot interactive center called the Chouteau's Landing Art Center. Art-filled greenspace and streetscape improvements are included in the Chouteau’s Landing masterplan. Plans for the first neighborhood, Historic Fourth Street, and Chouteau's Landing Art Center are currently underway. Learn more at ChouteausLanding.com.
Historic Fourth Street
On the National Register of Historic Places, Historic Fourth Street will consist of some new construction and rehabbed structures. This commercial neighborhood includes a rare collection of original, 19th-century, two- and three-story commercial buildings.
Chouteau's Landing Art Center
The Chouteau's Landing Art Center (CLAC) will be an interactive arts center that will serve as a community anchor and include an engaging combination of working artists’ studios, galleries, event facilities and boutique businesses. The art center will be housed in the 122,000-square-foot Powell Square building that sits along the edge of I-64/I-55 at the entrance to St. Louis. The building offers incredible views of the St. Louis Arch, Riverfront and Downtown skyline.
St. Louis & Art
Learn more about Chouteau’s Landing’s historical significance and about the St. Louis arts community.