Tower Tee, the popular golf attraction in south St. Louis County may soon be replaced by a new development of homes.
Plans for the subdivision, called The Arbors at Tower Tee, were submitted to St. Louis County by McBride and Sons of Chesterfield.
In a statement, McBride and Sons says the plans are for 99 single-family homes and 59 attached row houses on the 27-acre site.
"The people I've to are very upset," said Steve Tobey who was practicing on Tower Tee's driving range.
"It's been an icon in St. Louis for a long, long, long time," said Thurman Brooks.
The owner of Tower Tee, who leases the land, Steve Lotz says the owner of the property is looking for a buyer and he's also made an offer for the property.
"At this point, we're in a wait and see mode, " Lotz says.
The plans for McBride's request to rezone for the development will go before the county Planning Commission on November 13.
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