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Commercial Real Estate News
CALIFORNIANS MOVING TO ST. LOUIS? Catchy headline though not exactly the case… people are not moving here but the money is. Money from both coasts continues to “move” to St. Louis where investment grade as well as all real estate (including farmland) is seen as a...
Former culinary school has the right mix of ingredients for law firm L’Ecole Culinaire, the now-shuttered chef training school, was known as much for its culinary programs as it was for the high visibility of its two buildings on I-64 in Ladue. More than 150,000...
Hilliker Helps Chuck’s Find a “Hot” New Property 2758 Highway K, O’Fallon, MO Chuck Taylor and Jon Plawsky have a pretty good idea of how important location is to a restaurant. For years, the partners have owned two outlets of the thin-crust, St. Louis-style-pizza...
Article Highlight: Local hot chicken concept eyes O'Fallon, Missouri, for next location Congratulations to broker, Rebecca Thessen on helping with these real estate needs! Please go to the St. Louis Biz Journal Article to read more....
During the pandemic, as board meetings quickly moved from conference rooms to Zoom Rooms, all the talk in the media and around the new virtual watercooler was the future of working remotely. After all, after a year of just rolling out of bed instead of rolling into...
23 Grandview Park DriveArnold, MO In the autumn of 2020, Bill Franz and his family decided that, after 25 years, it was time to move on from the building at 23 Grandview Park Drive in Arnold, Mo. Franz obviously felt a little sentimental—Arnold was where he and his...