Nice looking little building.

I like this organic growth of Cortex. Great sign for Cortex and St. Louis.
RTP Biz article highlighting St. Louis as a recent threat to their business model. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bizjournals.com/triangle/news/2018/05/02/sugarcane-firm-picks-st-louis-over-rtp-for-north.amp.html CTC: Chose St. Louis over RTP Bayer Moving NAHQ from RTP to St. Louis. A potential l...
Camera is now up and running.

https://app.oxblue.com/open/claycorp
Getting behind the paywall is easy and it's legal. 1. Read the desired article on your mobile phone. 2. Click on the desired link to be read. 3. Apply enough pressure (not hard) with your thumbs against the glass as the article is trying to transition to the pay wall. 4. Keep applying enough pressur...
Cigna Express Scripts merger likely to face major regulatory hurdle.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkobaya ... f-the-end/

Investors also not liking Cigna assuming EXS $15-billion debt.
Oh and one more thing...................... I am very proud of the way some of those in St. Louis' highest places of leadership have reacted to the buyout. There is none that "woe are we" silly self-defeating chatter. When the Cigna guy comes, St. Louis had better put on the best face it has. St. Lo...
Express Scripts Monsanto Soon to be Bunge There must be a definite bulls eye on St.Louis I'm willing to bet there be another big StL company to get acquired in the near future. The positives are that these companies will maintain operations in the region. However, until St. Louis makes itself undou...
A corporate HQs move is vastly different than an airline hub move. St. Louisans should know this better than most. For example, Charter moved its corporate HQs (100-150 people) to Connecticut although Charter left thousands of jobs in St. Louis. Delta could do the same. Move the corporate HQs, but l...
Ways to shut down haters:

1. Be Confident
2. Keep Doing Well
3. Ignore Them
Hands-down, much of St. Louis' really historic and traditional architecture is beautiful and distinguishable from other cities. However, St. Louis needs a lot more modern and daring structures - including high-rises - to give the region a balanced architectural appeal to the world. Think Paris. Thin...
St Louis reconnect with the Gateway Arch and Its Pioneer Spirit
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/12/busi ... -arch.html
I've always known about Ascension. It's always been a large system, but it's grown pretty fast under its current CEO. I thought Ascension had moved their primary corporate offices to Hanley Corporate Tower in downtown Clayton . St. Louis has some of the largest hospital systems in the country . One ...
^Express Scripts doing the acquiring. When the deal with Medco was first explored and finally done, there were antitrust concerns by competitors. If I am not mistaken - because it has been a while - Express Scripts rec'd a lot of backlash from competitors. It was believed that ES could not grow furt...
When Express Scripts first merged with MedCo I said somewhere on this forum - years ago - that Express Scripts' next steps should be to look at big health care companies as acquisition targets.

Now we are here.
Mastercard opened a small operation in CORTEX about a year or so ago. Hopefully, CORTEX can get some new MC jobs too. And hopefully, the 500 new NYC MC jobs won't come at the expense of St. Louis. Mastercard to Hire 470 to Triple Size of Its Manhattan Tech Hub MasterCard expansion in Flatiron Distri...
First, the WSJ leans conservative. The WSJ rarely writes positive pieces on St. Louis. On top of that, considering the number of new apartments under construction, renovation and planned - nope - St. Louis is not losing population. Perhaps - as usual - it is growing slower than the national average ...
Awwwww.

Very sad to hear! :(

He did so much to elevate as well as challenge the restaurant scene in St. Louis.

R.I.P.
I have a feeling this design will be changing again. Don't they always - when it comes new projects north of Lindell? :)
I wish the design was more risky too. I believe this would be within the CWE historic district boundaries guidelines. The designs we would love to see just aren't happening within those boundaries, unfortunately or so it seems. This design is simple, clean and utilitarian. Now if this had been propo...
After doing some snooping around on websites, I discovered this rendering.

Does anyone know about this?

From what I can see, I like the design.

Google StreetView Location

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Great shots of St. Louis (CWE), Clayton and Chesterfield/Wildwood residential.

For a crispier view, click 1080 HD.