Located on the north side of the city of St. Louis, the Union Seventy Center is a modern, first-class, 161-acre industrial warehouse and distribution campus created by reconfiguring a former General Motors assembly plant.
The project involved the selected demolition and renovation of the 2.2 million square feet main assembly facility, located over 43 acres. The remainder of the site, roughly 118 acres, was cleared, landscaped with trees and three ponds, and improved with new roads and new secured entrances.
Today, the former GM St. Louis Assembly plant is home to numerous office/warehouse/ distribution tenants and new facilities have been constructed by Pepsi-Cola, Smurfit-Stone, OKI-Bering, MFR Tire, United Rentals, Save-A-Lot and many others. Total investment in the Union Seventy Center exceeds $110 million.