As city awaits NGA, some investors begin eyeing north side

From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:

There was a gaggle of real estate investors and agents, a title company worker or two and a banker who strolled Friday past the historic red brick houses that define the St. Louis Place neighborhood.

Just a few blocks to the south, earth is moving in preparation for a $1.7 billion investment in a federal intelligence agency expected to house some 3,000-plus workers. The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has made clear it sees collaboration with the private sector as key to its future, and private firms are expected to set up shop around its periphery.

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