Home to manufacturers across a wide range of industries
250 million+ SF of distribution & manufacturing space
More than 10,000 acres of Foreign Trade Zones
Eighteen Fortune 1,000 companies call St. Louis home, along with some of the nation’s largest privately held firms such as Enterprise Rent-a-Car and UniGroup. In addition, a handful of notable corporations such as AB InBev, FedEx, General Motors and Rawlings operate some of their largest US distribution centers in the St. Louis region. The largest distribution centers within the area are operated by:
Procter & Gamble
World Wide Technology
The St. Louis region is home to an industrial real estate market with more than 250 million square feet of distribution and manufacturing space. More than 75 companies operate large distribution facilities with more than 250,000 square feet, including some with 1 million square feet.
The region has a wide selection of available and affordable property suitable for distribution center parks and facilities including shovel-ready, fully developed land in major industrial parks. The available sites can accommodate the largest modern bulk distribution centers, with direct access to our low-congestion multimodal transportation network.
On both sides of the Mississippi River, the St. Louis region offers space and resources fit for the needs and wants of major corporations. Dial, Procter & Gamble, and many other manufacturers, industrial facilities, and warehouse/distribution centers are located in the 3,000-acre North Riverfront district of the City of St. Louis. In addition, the 3,000+ acre Gateway/Lakeview Commerce Center area in Madison County, IL is home to facilities occupied by Unilever, Hershey, Procter & Gamble, and Lowe’s.