The 411 Building, located at the corner of 10th and Locust in Downtown St. Louis, was constructed in 1895 as the Kinloch Building and then purchased in 1953 by Farm and Home Savings and Loan In 2010, The 411 Building underwent a $12,700,000 renovation as one of the first Gold Leed Buildings in St. Louis. The 411 Building Gold Lead Features include all new insulated windows, sunshades, energy-efficient HVAC, an on-site recycling program, sustainable material selected for interior finishes, and energy-efficient systems.
Full Floor Office available 10,400 SF can be subdivided into two offices, approximately 5,000 SF each, brightly lit with natural light beaming from the eight-foot insulated windows with custom window coverings. There are five private offices and sixteen built-in office cubes, a large kitchen/break area, a conference room, and much more. AT&T has High-Speed Fiber in the building for all your internet needs. Monthly rent includes everything except janitorial.
Misc Description:2+ Lavatories, Alley, Delivery Door
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Price History of 411 10th Street, St Louis, MO
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12851 Manchester Road, STE 110 St. Louis, MO 63131 314-835-6030
Listed by Cardinal Realty Group, Hal Hanstein
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