Seller was a company connected to Arthur Loomstein.
ADB is part of Keeley Companies.
The company's management portfolio will grow to 1,500 units after the new contract with Fireside Financial.
The shopping center is on Lindbergh Boulevard.
The tax break on industrial equipment will retain 60 jobs in St. Louis, the company says.
The homebuilder was tapped by developer Draper & Kramer to build the single-family home sites that are part of the $50 million plan.
The property was owned by a company affiliated with Mark Cusumano.
Mark Mehlman and family are developing the project on Topton Way.
UniGroup, the parent of several transportation companies, has completed a multi-million dollar renovation of its Fenton campus and is offering…
The company has leased most of the 200,000 square-foot building since 2011.
Construction expected to be finished in 2020.
The building will house offices and the nonprofits resale shop.
The project would add 67 units on Locust and 19th streets.
The firm is buying seven shopping centers throughout St. Louis.
The $28 million project turned the old Shriners and Central Institute for the Deaf site into 160 apartments.
The fitness club will take up two floors in one of the Centene campus buildings.
The huge entertainment complex project began work in November.
They have purchased the property at the corner of Wyoming Street and Morganford Road.
A university real estate arm recently acquired the 1.7-acre tract from the state highway department.
The 50 affordable units are scattered among market rate units being developed in the quickly-gentrifying neighborhood.