After NGA picked new HQ site, residents helped document north St. Louis neighborhood's history

From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:

The houses are down and a fence is up, separating the now-cleared land from the rest of the neighborhood. On that fencing, signs announce the expected arrival of a high-tech government intelligence agency.

The remains of this 100-acre piece of the North Side neighborhood of St. Louis Place, future site of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s western headquarters, are largely stored online: memories recounted in video interviews and photographs of the 19th-century brick homes that once populated the blocks.

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