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  • Tarlton Corporation to tackle redevelopment work on historic 700 Market in downtown St. Louis
    Tarlton Corporation to tackle redevelopment work on historic 700 Market in downtown St. Louis July 28, 2014 | Staff Writer | Print Article | Email this Article Tarlton Corp. is working for The Koman Group to help redevelop the historic 700 Market building in downtown St. Louis. The renovated building...
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  • CityPlace buildings offered for sale
    Eight months after an office building at CityPlace, in Creve Coeur, sold for a healthy $179 per square foot, much of the rest of the development is for sale. HFF is marketing 884,000 square feet of space at 1.2 million-square-foot CityPlace. Koman Group developed CityPlace and owns it now in...
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  • St. Louis office market: Finally clearing hurdles
    Scott Savacool, SIOR, CCIM, Sansone Group After surviving several difficult years, the St. Louis office market cleared some substantial hurdles in 2013. Office employment in the region trended positive for the fourth year in a row, up 1.2 percent in 2013. While this growth is modest, it is consistent with...
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  • Koman pays $11.5 million for GenAm Building
    The Koman Group has closed on its acquisition of the General American Life Building for $11.5 million and will bring over the Laclede Gas Co. as its only tenant. As of Monday, the Laclede Group had not notified the Laclede Building’s owner, Hertz Investment Group, of its decision to leave, said David Kelpe, senior vice...
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  • Koman pursues other restaurant options at COTP
    The Koman Group has fired the latest salvo in the unraveling of a deal to open Edmonds Parkside Grill in Clayton. The $1 million restaurant was to be located at Clayton on the Park, the luxury building overlooking Shaw Park that was redeveloped by Koman. “We’re not looking for Edwin LLC...
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