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Overview. Midtown Station is a 166,000 square foot lifestyle center located in the City of St. Louis between St. Louis University and its 14,000 students, the BJC Hospital Complex and its 26,500 employees, and the Central West End, home to the highest incomes in the City. Midtown Station is also located in close proximity to Forest Park, which boasts 12 million visitors annually, Washington University and its 14,100 students and 13,700 employees, and Wells Fargo and its 5,300 employees. Driven by the existing base of employees, students and residents and the ongoing development and redevelopment in the vicinity, the Midtown area is transforming into the most vibrant living, working and shopping destination in the City. Located adjacent to Midtown Station is the Cortex Development. Cortex is a 200 acre, $2.1 billion biotech research community currently being developed with research and development facilities, incubator space for biotech companies, residential units, hotels and retail and is projected to add 13,000 employees and 1,000 additional residential units upon completion. In addition, there are over 750 apartments, lofts and condominiums currently under development within one mile of Midtown Station. With the growing number of employees, students and residents in the Midtown area, retail stores are needed to support the existing population base and the anticipated growth in the Midtown area. Midtown Station is ideally situated to take advantage of the growing Midtown area. Midtown Station is located between I-64 on the south (91,000 cars per day), Forest Park Boulevard on the north (31,000 cars per day), Vandeventer Avenue on the west and Spring Avenue on the east. Visibility of the center from both I-64 and Forest Park Parkway will be exceptional. Due to its accessibility to and from I-64 and Forest Park Boulevard, Midtown Station will not only be an excellent local shopping destination but also a great regional shopping destination. Upon completion of Midtown Station, two Metrolink (urban rail system) stations will be located within mile of Midtown Station, one existing and one to be constructed within Cortex, which will enhance accessibility to the center.

2012 Demographics 5 Minute 10 Minute 15 Minute

Population 100,988 392,806 707,312 Avergage HH Incime $52,253 Median HH Income $35,494 $54,695 $41,687 $60,014 $47,271

Total Employees 166,824 329,971 457,827 Households 48,181 173,986 303,473

Central West End/Grand Center Home to the beautiful Cathedral Basilica and many  exciting year-round festivals, the Central West End is the perfect place to view stunning architecture, stop for a bite at a corner cafe or browse for hidden treasures at an eclectic street fair. The artistic heart of the city, Grand Center has a lot to offer with dozens of unique galleries, museums and theaters. Hear live music, see a broadway show or view a collection of contemporary art in this impressive district thats bustling with creative expression.

Saint Louis University/Forest Park Saint Louis University is located in the Citys art district, five minutes away from the Gateway Arch and Riverfront. The university enrolls more than 8,600 undergraduate students and 5,400 graduate students from all 50 states and nearly 70 countries. Forest Park, the seventh largest urban park in the United States, is a natural oasis in an urban environment. Located on 1,371 acres in the center of the St. Louis metropolitan area, Forest Park provides a spectacular venue for major museums the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Missouri History Museum as well as the Saint Louis Science Center, Saint Louis Zoo, and The Muny. The park estimates it serves 12 million visitors every year.

Top 8 Employers in a 3 Mile Radius

Ameren Union Electric 4,700 Employees

Saint Louis University 7,500 Employees 14,000 students

Anheuser Busch 4,100 Employees

Washington University 13,700 Employees 14,100 students

BJC Hospital Complex 26,500 Employees

Barnes Jewish Hospital Washington University Medical School St. Louis Childrens Hospital St. Louis College of Pharmacy Goldfarb School of Nursing Siteman Cancer Center

Nestle Purina 3,500 Employees

Wells Fargo 5,300 Employees

AT&T 4,800 Employees

Overview. Pace Properties is a real estate acquisition, development, management and leasing organization. Pace has a long history of retail development and acquisition and is respected as one of the premier retail firms in the Midwest. Pace is active in providing services to retail markets, spanning from Peoria, Illinois to Joplin, Missouri. Since its inception in 1984, Pace has acquired or developed retail, residential, office and distribution properties with a market value in excess of half a billion dollars. In addition, Paces leasing team has completed over 3,000 retail transactions encompassing over 10 million square feet of retail property. Pace currently manages over 3.5 million feet of retail space for both affiliated and non-affiliated entities. Our development team is experienced in real estate development, real estate law, architecture, marketing, and construction and prides itself on developing centers in superior locations with unique architectural styles. Our retail developments have included, among others, The Boulevard, a 143,443 square foot mixed-use development across from the Galleria Mall, Brentwood Square, a 200,000 square foot lifestyle center in Brentwood, Missouri and Manchester Highlands, an 800,000 square foot lifestyle center in Manchester, Missouri. Midtown Station will be funded by Pace Realty Investors, LLC, an affiliated real estate investment fund owned entirely by Pace Principals.

The Boulevard - St. Louis

Brentwood Square

Manchester Highlands


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