The Anatomy of the Deal – 700 Market
Join ULI St. Louis and the Washington University Real Estate Club for an in-depth look at the anatomy of a real estate deal, focusing on the renovation of the historic 700 Market building in downtown St. Louis.
Built in 1977, the 150,000 square foot Philip Johnson-designed building served as the national headquarters for the General American Life Insurance Company for 27 years. When GenAm left in 2004, the building sat vacant until 2014 when The Koman Group purchased the building and launched renovations, soon restoring the architectural glory of the building for The Laclede Group – now Spire.
At this Nov. 9 program, The Koman Group will lead a discussion with the development team about the intricacies of the deal that brought this nationally registered historic building back online.
Developer/Owner – The Koman Group
Tenant – Spire
Architecture – HOK; Arcturis
Construction – Tarlton
Investment – USBCDC
Lending/CDE – Enterprise
Legal – Husch Blackwell; Thompson Coburn
Thursday, November 9
5:30–6:00 pm – networking reception
6:00–7:30 pm – program
Washington University in St. Louis
Bauer Hall and Knight Hall, Snow Way, BH160
One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130
With major construction underway on campus, please consider using MetroLink as stations at Big Bend and Skinker provide easy access to Bauer and Knight Halls.
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$15 – ULI Members
$25 – General Public
Students – No Charge (but PLEASE register so we can plan food and drinks accordingly)