The Olive Link is is a 4-mile corridor located just west of St. Louis City. Spanning the entire length of University City on Olive Boulevard, The Olive Link connects the Inner Belt Expressway of Interstate I-170 to Skinker Blvd, at the western border of St. Louis City. The Olive Link provides a vital connection between St. Louis City and St. Louis County.
Affordable Business Options in the Midwest
The Olive Link corridor offers doorways of opportunity for businesses large and small. Retail, commercial and industrial interests coexist in a highly accessible, centrally-located location that’s ripe with opportunities for redevelopment and visibility.
Proximity to high-rent business centers and ease-of-access to many St. Louis amenities make The Olive Link an exciting, affordable real estate option for companies looking to relocate or set up shop in the Midwest.
A Prime Location For St. Louis Businesses
We are just minutes from:
Lambert St. Louis International Airport
Lambert is located just 10 miles from downtown St. Louis, and about seven miles from the western edge of the Link at Olive and I-170. Offering ten major airline carriers and two terminals, Lambert is one of the 30 top busiest airports in the world, but offers lower wait times than many other busy international airports. Convenient MetroLink train service is available for a quick ride downtown.
City of Clayton
St. Louis County’s county seat and the business hub of the county, Clayton is the County’s ‘downtown’. A number of large corporations are headquartered in Clayton, including Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Brown Shoe, and Centene. Clayton is a popular residential location for highly-skilled professionals and affluent families.
World Class Academic Institutions
World-class educational institutions, including Washington University, the school for which University City is named, and a nationally recognized ‘Best College’, that attracts students from all over the world. St. Louis University, another highly ranked ‘Best College’, is minutes away in Midtown St. Louis. The University of Missouri- St. Louis is St. Louis’ largest university and offers robust STEM degree programs in addition to traditional liberal arts education.
Downtown St. Louis
Downtown St. Louis located at the center of both the region and the country, is a bustling business hub that’s home to the headquarters of many Fortune 1000 companies, such as Purina, Ameren, Fleishman Hillard, and Wachovia Securities. Professional sports teams, world-renowned attractions, and big city amenities make Downtown St. Louis an ideal destination for residents throughout the metro area.
The Delmar Loop
The University City Delmar Loop, a thriving, iconic St. Louis entertainment and shopping district, is a popular destination for residents and tourists alike. Located just blocks from The Olive Link, overflow from this existing and robust customer base is promising for Link businesses. Tax revenue from the Loop provides University City with funding for redevelopment projects throughout the city.
Major Highway Arteries
Excellent access to major interstate highways. The intersection of Olive and the I-170 inner belt in the Interchange District is situated approximately four miles between Interstate 64/40 to the south and I-70 to the north.