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Big Design Changes Submitted for Centene’s Clayton Corporate Campus
From nextSTL: We’ve followed the Centene Clayton corporate campus development since the beginning. Now the most significant design changes since the project was unveiled have been shared.
In a presentation this week to the Clayton Planning Commission and Architectural Review Board, the development team resubmitted plans for the Special Development District. The subdistrict footprints have changed, with altered designs presented for subdistrict 1 and subdistricts 2A, 2B, and 2C.
What’s the big change? The planned auditorium has moved west across Carondelet Plaza onto what was open space. More residential appears poised to occupy a portion of the old auditorium site, while being reduced in its old location. The Wellbridge fitness center has moved to the corner of Hanley and Forsyth from its prior spot mid-block on Forsyth.
The linear footage of parking garage street-facing facade has been reduced from 1,520 feet to 720 feet, primarily from the removal of the pedestal parking structure in the tower on Hanley Road (subdistrict 1). Street and parking access alignments along Forsyth have also changed.