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Construction to start on $500k+ homes in Lafayette Square, part of $160 million development

By Jacob Barker St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Jeff Winzerling's Universatile Development plans 14 high-end homes on a vacant lot along Hickory Street. Read more

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Months before work wraps up, north St. Louis Superfund site gets added to EPA 'emphasis list'

At the Carter Carburetor site, $30-million cleanup actions have already been in motion for six years. Read more

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Guess who's coming to Ballpark Village? New tenants include steakhouse and baseball-themed retailer

Hotel to open by March and apartment building expected to be complete by the middle of 2020.  Read more

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Clayton-based Belden announces cost-cutting, sale of media technology business

Belden, a communications equipment company, has owned Canada-based Grass Valley, a television production and broadcasting equipment business, since 2014. Read more

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St. Louis unemployment falls to record low of 3.1%

Rate is lowest since at least 1990, and probably lowest in 50 years Read more

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MIT agrees to pay $18 million in suit over retirement plan fees

Schlichter firm sued university in 2016 on behalf of employees and retirees Read more

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Sentencing for Stenger crony John Rallo postponed again, to March

It is the third delay for John G. Rallo’s sentencing. Read more

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The Bottom Line: Arch Grants revitalizes the St. Louis economy

Arch Grants, which just awarded $1 million to 20 startup companies, i… Read more

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Competing county airport study would examine whether privatization is a good idea at Lambert

The St. Louis County Port authority will discuss a formal request for firms to study the privatization question, independent of the Rex Sinquefield-funded city process. Read more

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With recession fears receding, 2020 looks like another year of modest growth

Yield curve has un-inverted, removing one prominent recession signal Read more

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