Developer to rehab historic St. Louis warehouse

A 125-year-old brick warehouse in downtown St. Louis that was built for drying tobacco is about to be converted into apartments. Sherman Associates, a housing developer based in Minneapolis, said work on the project — called Station Plaza — will begin by mid-January.

The six-story building near Union Station will get a total interior rehab as 87 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. The $10.5 million construction job will obliterate offices put into the now-vacant building in the 1980s.

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