$11 million for a MetroLink station in the district was cut by the Governor.
Construction has technically been well underway for several weeks already
The Brookings Institute holds St. Louis’s CORTEX Innovation District in the same esteem as similar districts in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Philadelphia.
Crews working on an access drive for grain silos next to the IKEA site came across a brick tomb with bones inside.
CORTEX wants a developer to build a residential tower, is preparing for IKEA and has Sen. McCaskill helping fund a new MetroLink stop.
U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill will host a Q&A about St. Louis’ role as a tech hub at CORTEX at 2:30 p.m. today.
Charlie Brennan – Tuesday, February 25th – Missouri Is 8th Most Miserable State; Ken Newhouse on Eliminating Mo. Sales Tax; NY Times’ Ron Lieber on Square Cash; and Entrepreneur Dennis Lower, Cortex Pres., on Possible “Tech Shop” in St. Louis
Charlie talks with Dan Witters of Gallup about why Missouri is the 8th most miserable state; Charlie and Debbie with Ken Newhouse re: eliminating the Mo. sales tax; Charlie on Square Cash with NY Times “Your Money” Columnist Ron Lieber; and Entrepreneur Dennis Lower on the need for a Tech Shop to be in St. Louis.
Swedish furniture giant IKEA, long rumored to be considering a St. Louis store, announced Wednesday morning that it is opening its first Missouri location in St. Louis.
Colliers Vice President Rebekah Bahn says @4240 is attracting interest from technology and bio-technology start-ups from around the world.