SWLRT Beltline Blvd. Station Redevelopment Site

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The City of St. Louis Park is requesting proposals to redevelop approximately 6.6 acres of land along the METRO Green Line Extension/Southwest Light Rail Transit (SWLRT) known as the Beltline Blvd. Station Redevelopment Site. This rare, first-ring redevelopment opportunity has excellent visibility and exceptional access to multimodal transportation. The city is primarily looking for a development team that has the imagination, ability, and capacity to transform this well-positioned, transit-oriented site into a vibrant “live, work, play” place with:

  • Mixed-use development (including multi-family residential, office and small commercial components),
  • Housing density to support ridership,
  • Mixed-income housing (both market rate and affordable), and
  • High-quality shared site amenities.

The Request for Proposal and its attachments are available below.

Interested developers are invited to attend a pre-proposal question and answer meeting Thursday, August 3, at 10 a.m. at the Wolfe Lake Professional Center, 5000 W. 36th St., St. Louis Park - just down the street from the Beltline Blvd. redevelopment site. 

Developers intending to submit a response to the RFP are asked to notify Julie Grove via email at jgrove@stlouispark.org no later than August 11 in order to receive any changes or clarifications to the RFP. 

Proposals are due in city offices by 4 p.m. Central Time Friday, September 15, 2017.

SWLRT Beltline Blvd. Station Redevelopment Site: Request for Redevelopment Proposals 


A. 4601 Hwy 7 Survey 1
B. 4601 Hwy 7 Survey 2 
C. Planned Access for Beltline Site
D. Parking Structure Letter of Intent
E. Beltline Station Concept Plans
F. St. Louis Park Inclusionary Housing Policy
G. Market and Financial Feasibility for the Beltline Boulevard Station
H. Beltline Utilities
I.  Beltline Blvd Station Renderings
J.  Major Employers Beltline Area 2017
K. Community Profile
L.  St. Louis Park Green Building Policy 
M. Sustainable SLP: An Energy Action Plan 
N. Station Area Plans (2010)
O. Beltline Area Framework & Design Guidelines 
P.  Beltline Blvd TSAAP 2013
Q. Form Based Code Draft Summary  
R. St. Louis Park Sample Preliminary Development Agreement
S. 4601 Hwy 7 Phase II Summary Letter
T. 4601 Hwy 7 No Association Determination
U. Beltline Station Phase I ESA
V. Beltline Station Phase II ESA
W. Beltline ESA Maps from SPO
X. Beltline ESA Summary Findings from SPO