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Why it costs less to live in the Midwest
News 15 hours ago
Why it costs less to live in the Midwest

Compared with other regions of the country, the Midwest offers a lower cost of living, from housing to transportation, and St. Louis shines when it...

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Clayco redesigns architecture division
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Clayco redesigns architecture division

Clayco is merging its two architecture firms as it pivots toward a new "integrated design and delivery" model. BatesForum is combining with the...

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Firm selected to operate Blues new practice facility
News 4 days ago
Firm selected to operate Blues new practice facility

Live entertainment and hospitality company Spectra has been tapped by the St. Louis Legacy Ice Foundation as the venue management and food services...

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Koman Group, Green Street planning office building in The Grove
News 4 days ago
Koman Group, Green Street planning office building in The Grove

The Koman Group and Green Street are planning a boutique office development for The Grove, the Business Journal has learned. The project, located...

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Fresh Thyme signs lease at City Foundry STL
News 5 days ago
Fresh Thyme signs lease at City Foundry STL

Fresh Thyme Farmers Market has signed a lease for 30,000 square feet at City Foundry in Midtown. The store will feature a produce department,...

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Massive youth sports PowerPlex project moving forward in Hazelwood
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Massive youth sports PowerPlex project moving forward in Hazelwood

It appears that the proposed PowerPlex project will be remaining in Hazelwood, news that comes just weeks after the developer behind the project...

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St. Louis private equity firm partners on Chicago warehouse purchase
News 6 days ago
St. Louis private equity firm partners on Chicago warehouse purchase

SEDCO Capital, a Saudi Arabian asset manager, acquired a distribution facility outside Chicago, through an account managed by St. Louis-based...

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Frontenac has concerns about a library development. It might not be able to stop it.
News 1 week ago
Frontenac has concerns about a library development. It might not be able to stop it.

The intersection, with pricey single-family homes nearby, has long been controversial. In 2016, a Chicago senior living company and Bob Brinkmann...

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Bass Pro Shops wins $40M settlement from company with 3 Missouri timeshare resorts
News 1 week ago
Bass Pro Shops wins $40M settlement from company with 3 Missouri timeshare resorts

Bluegreen Vacations Corp. will resume marketing its timeshare properties in Bass Pro Shops after settling a dispute, but the deal will come at a...

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St. Louis-based massage company opening first D.C. outpost
News 1 week ago
St. Louis-based massage company opening first D.C. outpost

MassageLuXe, a Fenton-based massage and spa company with franchised outposts coast to coast, has filed plans to open its first location in the...

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Restaurant donates North County location to Urban League
News 1 week ago
Restaurant donates North County location to Urban League

Lion's Choice is donating a former north St. Louis County location of the St. Louis-based fast food chain to the Urban League of Metropolitan St....

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Why the USDA's choice of KC over St. Louis might have come down to real estate
News 1 week ago
Why the USDA's choice of KC over St. Louis might have come down to real estate

The U. S. Department of Agriculture's decision to relocate over 500 employees to Kansas City, rather than St. Louis, may have come down to the type...

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Table of Experts: Senior Living
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Table of Experts: Senior Living

Kiel Peregrin is senior vice president, long-term care, at Bethesda Health Group, and is responsible for managing the organization's post-acute...

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Chicken salad restaurant sets opening for first Metro East location
News 1 week ago
Chicken salad restaurant sets opening for first Metro East location

Chicken Salad Chick, a fast-casual chicken salad restaurant, is expanding its St. Louis-area footprint with the June 26 opening of its Edwardsville...

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U City approves $190M deal. Here’s what's next for the city, developer
News 2 weeks ago
U City approves $190M deal. Here’s what's next for the city, developer

The University City council on Monday unanimously approved Novus Development's $189.4 million plan - including $70.5 million in tax increment...

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Wittenauer Properties on $580M in development in O'Fallon, Shiloh in Illinois
News 2 weeks ago
Wittenauer Properties on $580M in development in O'Fallon, Shiloh in Illinois

Over the past two years, about $580 million worth of development has taken place at the Greenmount Road and Interstate 64 interchange in Metro East...

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Madison Rockwood in Ballwin, Madison Prairie Point in O'Fallon sold
News 2 weeks ago
Madison Rockwood in Ballwin, Madison Prairie Point in O'Fallon sold

Two apartment properties in Ballwin and O'Fallon, Missouri, have sold as part of an 11-property, $370 million portfolio deal. The 251-unit Madison...

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Former Rams quarterback Mark Bulger buys West Nashville property
News 2 weeks ago
Former Rams quarterback Mark Bulger buys West Nashville property

Mark Bulger, who spent 11 years as an NFL quarterback, has spent $2.2 million on a West Nashville warehouse property. Nashville Post reports Bulger...

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St. Louis developer lands monster-sized tenant for expanding Seattle project
News 2 weeks ago
St. Louis developer lands monster-sized tenant for expanding Seattle project

CRG, the St. Louis-based owner of a big new distribution center campus south of Seattle, called the Cubes at DuPont, said Thursday that paper...

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Hope Baptist Church, Midwest Clearance Centers sue St. Louis Outlet Mall owner
News 2 weeks ago
Hope Baptist Church, Midwest Clearance Centers sue St. Louis Outlet Mall owner

Two tenants are suing the owner of St. Louis Outlet Mall in Hazelwood after receiving eviction notices of the mall's impending closing. Hope...

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New renderings of US Capital Development's Forsyth Point
News 2 weeks ago
New renderings of US Capital Development's Forsyth Point

A proposed development at Forsyth and Brentwood boulevards in Clayton has been redesigned to include more square footage and better views of Shaw...

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St. Louis grocery chain adds CBD products
News 2 weeks ago
St. Louis grocery chain adds CBD products

Dierbergs Markets, one of St. Louis' largest privately held companies, has added products containing cannabidiol, or CBD, at all 25 of its grocery...

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Reliance Bank buyer isn’t done expanding in St. Louis
News 3 weeks ago
Reliance Bank buyer isn’t done expanding in St. Louis

When Simmons Bank of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, entered the St. Louis market in 2012 with its purchases of failed Truman and Excel banks, it had $3.4...

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Build-A-Bear considering move to the city
News 3 weeks ago
Build-A-Bear considering move to the city

Build-A-Bear Workshop (NYSE: BBW) may move its headquarters to the city of St. Louis, the retailer said Friday. The company, located at 1954...

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Centene to lease Corporate Hill IV, a former Scottrade building
News 4 weeks ago
Centene to lease Corporate Hill IV, a former Scottrade building

Centene Corp. (NYSE: CNC) is leasing Corporate Hill IV, a former Scottrade Financial Services building in Des Peres, the Business Journal has...

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Discount retailer faces involuntary bankruptcy as creditors file petition
News 1 month ago
Discount retailer faces involuntary bankruptcy as creditors file petition

Water Tower Development, Edge Imports and two other area creditors filed a petition to push St. Louis-based discount retailer Here Today into...

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Clayton's Pierre Laclede Center towers sold to Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners
News 1 month ago
Clayton's Pierre Laclede Center towers sold to Lingerfelt CommonWealth Partners

The two Pierre Laclede Center office towers in Clayton's central business distirct have been sold to a Richmond, Virginia-based investment firm...

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Developer makes a play to build millennial-style hotel downtown
News 1 month ago
Developer makes a play to build millennial-style hotel downtown

A hotel that bills itself as a place where guests come to play could soon locate its next destination in downtown St. Louis. Coralville, Iowa-based...

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Clementine's Naughty & Nice Creamery opens third store
News 1 month ago
Clementine's Naughty & Nice Creamery opens third store

Clementine's Naughty & Nice Creamery, known for its alcohol-infused ice cream flavors, opened its third location Thursday, in the Southampton...

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Developer shares a new peek, name of SLU redevelopment
News 1 month ago
Developer shares a new peek, name of SLU redevelopment

Cullinan Properties has revealed more renderings and the name of its 14-acre redevelopment between Saint Louis University's north and south...

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