Real Estate

St. Louis Downtown Airport has developable land ready for your business. Various area businesses utilize St. Louis Downtown Airport’s position as an economic engine in the St. Louis region to increase their productivity, efficiency, and bottom line profitability. From industrial lots near the airport to on-airfield master lease holds, the St. Louis Downtown Airport will work with you and your development team to ensure you’re provided with a location conducive to your business’ success.

Economic Development

As KCPS is home to more than a dozen aviation-related businesses, a land use plan was created as the first phase of a 20-year master plan for future development of the surrounding industrial park (Sauget Business Park) at the airport. Today, the property contains an abundance of land which is ready and available for development.

The St. Louis Downtown Airport charges no local tax, while generating an estimated $584 million to the local economy and generating 100+ jobs in the community. For every job KCPS creates, the airport invests over $156,258 in the local economy. Your business can utilize our position as a resource for economic development in the community and region to increase your productivity, efficiency, and bottom line profitability.

From industrial lots near the airport to on-airfield master lease holds, the St. Louis Downtown Airport will work with you and your development agency to ensure you’re provided with a location conducive to your business’ success.
Contact us today to see how St. Louis Downtown Airport can help your business.

Availability and Cost

The 170-acre lot has plenty of room to expand with 103 acres available and low lease rates. There are no personal property taxes and county business incentives and assistance are available.

  • $563 per acre/month (lease) with runway access ($0.20 per sq. ft./year)
  • $327 per acre/month (lease) without runway access ($0.05 per sq. ft./year)
  • Land rent for non-aeronautical per recent appraisal

Utilities

Electricity: Ameren UE — 34.5 kV supply line on site
Natural gas: Ameren IP— 3” main supply line on site
Water: Commonfields of Cahokia — 10” main supply line on site
Sewer: Village of Cahokia and American Bottoms Sewer District — 12” main line on site

Development Lot Information

Developers interested in building near the airport or within the airport industrial park should review our Plans for Future Growth. It contains guidelines that show how the airport is poised to expand and where opportunities are for your business. The St. Louis Downtown Airport will work with you and your development agency to ensure that all your space, access, and utility needs are met. Lots may be affected by height and/or use limitations. Please contact the Airport Administration Office for more information.