St. Louis would sell directly to federal government if national agency chooses to relocate on north side
The city of St. Louis expects to start making offers in early May on the properties within the proposed site for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. That includes land owned by developer Paul McKee, who owns more than half of the parcels in the 100-acre area. Until now, it had been unclear whether the city or McKee would sell the land to the federal government should the intelligence agency choose the north city site.
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