Plans Updated for Three New Single-Family Homes in Forest Park Southeast

Plans Updated for Three New Single-Family Homes in Forest Park Southeast

nextSTL reported in January plans for three new contemporary homes in the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood. Plans have now been updated, including new renderings and the project has received support for tax abatement from the Park Central Development Corporation Development Committee.

Property tax for the three properties total $256.48 today. Estimated property tax receipts after abatement total $10,200. The two homes at 4210 Chouteau and 4337 Gibson are planned to be identical, while 4330 Gibson is a larger home on a wider lot.



From our previous report: Three New Single-Family Homes Planned for Forest Park Southeast

The project is by 1 North Developement LLC, the same principals as the 4101 Laclede condo project at Sarah Street and Laclede Avenue in the city’s Central West End.

Project details and images from Park Central Development Corporation:

Site Addresses: 4210 Chouteau, 4330 Gibson, and 4337 Gibson
Company Name: 1 North Development LLC
Company Owner/ Principals: Austin Barzantny and Michael Gingrich
History of Sites: All three parcels once had residential buildings on them but were demolished due to neglect.

Project Description
The developer is going to construct three new for-sale single family residences. Each home will include 3 bedrooms and 2.5
baths with space for parking for 2 vehicles in rear.

Acquisition: $ 90,000
Pre-development Soft Cost: $ 80,000
Construction Cost: $ 780,000
Total: $ 950,000

Project Timeline
Site Control: January 2017
Construction Start: February 2017
Construction Complete: August 2017


Real Estate Taxes
4210 Chouteau: Current $49.45 / After Completion approximately $3,400
4330 Gibson: Current $152.55 / After Completion approximately $3,400
4337 Gibson: Current: $54.48 / After Completion approximately $3,400

Park Central Recommendation
Support of 10-year tax abatement.


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