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A new kind of global democracy is reigning supreme at the site of the former St. Louis Globe-Democrat located at 710 N. Tucker Blvd. Boasting big space, big power and big fiber, the freshly marketed Globe Building offers seven stories and 550,000 square feet of scalable and connected office space to take your business and technology needs global.
From its opening in 1933, the building has a historic past of connecting people. First, it served riders of rail, then readers of news and now businesses reaching all ends of the Internet at lightening-fast speeds. This most recent transformation to an office space with data center complements the entrepreneur-friendly environment and innovative developments happening in the Downtown technology district.
For more on the history of The Globe Building, watch this video.
- Located in the heart of the technology district at Tucker and Washington
- Contemporary industrial aesthetic with tall ceilings and huge windows for tons of natural light
- Around-the-clock secured building access.
- On-site, two level secured underground parking garage, monitored by attendant
- Connectivity at up to 10 GB per second hosting from your choice of a dozen big-name and specialty internet providers at competitive rates
- Two full-height passenger elevators, four freight elevators with capacity to 5,000 lbs.
- Spaces available from 1,000 SF to 70,000 SF all on one floor
For more on the features of The Globe Building, watch this video.
Ideal Location for the “Work” Aspect of a Live/Work/Play Lifestyle
The Globe’s Downtown location makes it ideal for young companies and entrepreneurs. Just a block’s walk from T-REX, and close to the future NGA site, tech companies that want to stay connected and close to Downtown T-REX, but are ready for their own space will appreciate The Globe. Apartment complexes like The Syndicate and The Arcade Building are within walking distance of the office space, and for the last part of the live/work/play mantra of the modern tech company, Downtown’s restaurant and recreational scene, including recent additions Sugarfire BBQ and Gerard Craft’s Porano, are just a walk down Washington Avenue and the recently reopened Missouri Bar and Grill just across the street on Tucker.
Ahead of the Fiber Curve
The Globe Building, which has available space for lease, provides startups and businesses looking for the tech advantage with the fastest fiber in St. Louis and a ridiculously high capacity of power to support your equipment needs. Its industrious roots also allow for flexible and adaptive uses no matter what kind of industry you’re in.
If you like what you see and are serious about propelling your business to the next level, contact the building manager, Jeremy Salvatori, at 314-241-0450 globebuilding.com.
This blog post was created in collaboration with The Globe.