Laclede’s Landing sits at the crossroads of downtown St. Louis, the Central West End, St. Louis Lambert International Airport, St. Louis County, St. Charles, and Illinois. While offering a central location, the area isn’t marked up by the overhead you deal with in nearby areas, making it an ideal hub for growth-focused organizations that range from budding startups to established St. Louis enterprises.
A diverse ecosystem of organizations, including restaurants, shops, businesses, and even a Wax Museum, have all come to call Laclede’s Landing home, including:
These businesses are already growing and thriving here on Laclede’s Landing, but there’s still room for you to start or grow your organization with waterfront office space available at:
Raeder Place, also known as the Christian Peper Building, was built in 1901 and is located at 707 N. First St., just one block north of the St. Louis Arch Grounds and two blocks west of the Mississippi River. Parking lots, parking garages, and a Metro stop are all nearby, making the building easily accessible. A range of corporate office spaces are available, many with views of the Mississippi River, Eads Bridge, and Martin Luther King Bridge.
Contact Name: Rocky Stenger
Contact Number: 314-584-6208
The Cast Iron Building, built in 1873 and located at 712 N. Second St., is one of the finest examples of a cast-iron face still standing in St. Louis today. Along with the historical charm of the building, it’s located right across from a range of restaurants and right in between two parking lots. Several small businesses already operate out of the building with office space for several more small organizations to lease.