What makes The Olive Link a standout location option for your business?
The neighborhoods that line The Olive Link are as diverse and vibrant as you will find in any major U.S. city. Residents in our neighboring communities hail from around the world and offer a variety of skill sets, interests, and tastes, providing a variety of customer and workforce opportunities. The people who live, work, and play in The Olive Link are committed to and invested in our communities.
Situated “in the center of the region, fifteen minutes from anywhere,” the Olive Link offers unrivaled access to all that St. Louis has to offer. Centrally located in the St. Louis metro area, Lambert-St. Louis International Airport and Downtown St. Louis are an easy car ride away, as are a number of world-class universities. Proximity to other business centers, like the Loop, Clayton, and downtown St. Louis, provide excellent B2B and B2C opportunities.
The Olive Link today is a veritable melting pot of businesses — almost a city unto itself. From dining and retail to light industrial and warehouses, we offer a district and clientele for nearly every business interest.
Four Distinct Flavors:
Centrally located off of I-170 between Interstates 70 and 64/40, travel to and from the Interchange District is a breeze, making it a hub of activity and an ideal home for restaurants, retail and office space. Surrounding residential areas provide a diverse, centralized workforce and a broad consumer base. Get in the mix in one of the most affordable and visible business districts the city has to offer.
Home to more than 100 diverse restaurants and multicultural businesses, The Olive Link’s International District features ethnic and community events year-round. The ethnic grocery stores and restaurants, small professional offices and night life make the district a go-to destination for the entire region.
The Parkway District is anchored by Heman Park, the City’s largest park and an 85-acre community playground, home to the annual Fair U City. Besides being a gathering place for the City's 35,000 population, it also features a state-of-the-art recreation center, Centennial Commons, and a separate, free-standing community center. A mix of businesses including daycares, local shops, and a large grocer, complement the Park.
Just west of the City of St. Louis, the Industrial District is home to the Cunningham Business Park and many other light industrial and manufacturing facilities. The neighborhood is anchored by key tenants such as Cintas Uniform Services, Winco Windows, Operation Food Search, and Universal Sewing Supply. To the East of the Industrial District, Washington University in St. Louis' North Campus provides potential for advanced technology and innovation to thrive. Build-to-suit and investment opportunities are abundant.