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Chesterfield City Council gives verbal approval to Valley developments

By: Jim Erickson

Two Chesterfield Valley developments, including the proposed ice sports complex, have received unanimous City Council voice approvals of steps leading to the start of construction

Plans for site development, landscaping and lighting submitted on behalf of the Chesterfield Hockey Association received full council approval after earlier endorsements by both the planning commission and the council’s planning and public works committee.

The new facility will sit on a 10.12-acre parcel north of Chesterfield Airport Road, northeast of its intersection with Olive Street Road and northwest of its intersection with Winds of Hope Boulevard.

Similar plans for a Residence Inn on a 3.7-acre tract north of North Outer 40 Road and east of Boone’s Crossing also gained city council approval. The new four-story facility will sit between the recently opened Topgolf operation and Chesterfield Prestige Outlets, which was purchased in May by The Staenberg Group and which will be rebranded as The District entertainment venue. The hotel will have 128 guest rooms, an indoor pool and an outdoor sport court.

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