In creating Chesterfield Village, its $3-billion-plus, 1,500-acre master-planned
community in Chesterfield, Missouri, Sachs Properties has developed 31 buildings
totaling one million square feet.
1967 - Louis
Sachs acquires 37 acres at Hwy. 40 and Olive Blvd.
1970 - Sachs
assembles an 87-acre tract for Chesterfield Mall.
1974 - Sachs
Properties completes its first building in Chesterfield Village, a 30,000 SF
warehouse on Chesterfield Airport Rd. It also purchases a retail building
adjacent to Chesterfield Mall.
1975 - Sachs
completes a 30,000 SF office building - its first - at Justus Post Rd.
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1976 - Sachs completes a 20,000 SF
office building, 300 Chesterfield Center.
1977 - Sachs completes a 40,000 SF
office building, Chesterfield Parkway I.
1978 - Sachs completes a 30,000 SF
office building, Fontaine.
1979 - Sachs sells 210 acres to Monsanto
for its Life Science Center. Sachs also completes three
new office buildings totaling 70,500 SF - 333 Chesterfield
Center, 444 Chesterfield Center and 1415 Elbridge Payne - as
well as a 7,000SF restaurant.
1980 - Sachs advances Elbridge Payne
Office Park with two new buildings, totaling 60,000 SF
and develops a car wash on Olive Street Rd.
1981 - Sachs opens 102,000 SF Hilltown
Village Center and a small office building.
1984 - Sachs
completes its largest office building to date - 400
Chesterfield Center with 90,000 SF. Sachs also
completes 500 Chesterfield Center, with 40,000 SF.
1986 - Sachs completes a 4,000 SF service building on Chesterfield Airport Rd.
1987 - Sachs initiates Herman Stemme Office Park, completing 50,000 SF Herman Stemme I.
1988 - Sachs
completes two office buildings, 50,000 SF Herman Stemme
II and 23,000 SF Olive/Forty, plus a 15,000 SF retail
building and a daycare facility at Hilltown Village
1989 - Sachs
completes 50,000 SF Herman Stemme III.
1990 - Sachs
develops a 6,500 SF restaurant.
1991 - Sachs
develops an 8,000 SF restaurant.
1993 - Sachs
expands Chesterfield Parkway I by 10,000 SF.
1994 - Sachs
is the first to commit to Chesterfield Valley following
the Great Flood of '93 - investing $500,000 in a building
to house its maintenance/landscape department.
1997 - Sachs
celebrates the 30th anniversary of its first land
acquisition by acquiring a 12,000 SF firehouse and converting
it to a daycare center.
1998 - Sachs
acquires the 120,000 SF Roosevelt office building and
completes the 154,000 SF Chesterfield Ridge Office Building.
1999 - Sachs
develops a 7,000 SF restaurant.
2001 - Sachs
sells two office buildings and land to Drury Suites
for a hotel.
2003 - Sachs
co-develops a 7,000 SF restaurant.
2004 - Sachs
paves the way for the debut of the Kemp Automobile
Museum on Chesterfield Airport Rd.
2007 - Sachs begins construction of Phase I of Downtown Chesterfield.
2008 - Sachs completes 100,000 SF Central Park Square I office building in Downtown Chesterfield.
2009 - Sculputure Garden and Awakening comes to Downtown Chesterfield.