• $300 M Wash U. Neuro Project Cited in Dodge ‘Momentum Index’ Uptick

    The upcoming $300 million Washington University neuroscience research building in the Cortex District — currently in planning stages — was the largest institutional project cited nationally behind a .05%  positive bump in the Dodge Momentum Index in...

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  • Solar Expansion Continues at Washington University

    Washington University in St. Louis aims to be a national leader in campus sustainability. It’s a core priority, and the university has heavily invested in reducing its carbon footprint, as well as promoting a broad range of...

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  • St. Louis Newspaperwoman Got Start With Drawings of World’s Fair

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Life in St. Louis in the early 20th century was very different from today. Of course, we all know that, but reading the works of Post-Dispatch columnist Marguerite Martyn from those days provides...

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  • Women at Work – Maya Wong: Trading a Backpack for a Hard Hat

    Washington University women are rolling up their sleeves and getting the job done on the East End construction site in a variety of ways, from engineering to project managing to communications. Here’s another in a series spotlighting...

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  • Washington University Planning $300M Cortex Project

    From St. Louis Business Journal:  Washington University is planning a new development that could be the most expensive in school history, the Business Journal has learned. The Washington University School of Medicine is planning to build a new...

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  • Washington University Engineering Professor Chosen for Top Honors in His Field

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Pratim Biswas, an engineering professor at Washington University in St. Louis, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, considered one of the highest honors in the field of engineering. Biswas holds eight patents and...

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  • Forest Park Parkway Bridge Reopened November 2

    From Washington University’s Campus Next:  On Friday, Nov. 2, the Forest Park Parkway bridge will be fully open to pedestrian and cyclist traffic. Stairs to the Academy Building and University Drive also will open at this time....

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  • Washington University Buys Eight Acres in Forest Park Southeast for Offices

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  Washington University’s School of Medicine has bought nearly 8 acres housing the former Universal Printing Co. office and warehouse buildings near the southeast corner of Kingshighway and Manchester Avenue. The medical school bought...

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  • 11 Reasons to Start a Business in St. Louis Right Now

    From Livability:  Ready to start the business of your dreams in an affordable city bursting with creativity and startup energy? St. Louis is the place to make it happen. “Being an entrepreneur in St. Louis right now reminds me...

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  • Tarlton, Washington University Convert Old Shriners Hospital Into Apartments

    From St. Louis Post-Dispatch:  St. Louis-based construction firm Tarlton Corp. has finished a $28 million rehab of the former Shriners Hospital for Children and Central Institute for the Deaf into the 160-unit Core Apartment Residences. The apartments,...

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