According to the Partnership for Downtown St. Louis
(“Downtown Update,” 20 August 2010)

“Downtown St. Louis is gaining a growing reputation for being an Information Tech hub, due to an abundance of infrastructure, relatively cheap electricity, and a wealth of “knowledge workers.”  With recent announcements of the XIOLINK Data Headquarters, and with Unisys locating a new division in Downtown St. Louis, these recent investments continue to demonstrate that we have great communication infrastructure Downtown.”

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Paric Corporation’s latest project in the NorthPark development, just east of Lambert St. Louis International Airport in Berkeley, Missouri, held its ribbon-cutting ceremony on (date).

stlnpgi_hilton_garden_inn_st_louis_airport_home_rightThe Inn is beautiful and a great addition to the offerings of lodging in the area immediately around the airport.

Here is the > link < to the Web site for the Inn with great photos and information about amenities.



 The Hilton Garden Inn at NorthPark is described on Paric’s Web site,

Clayco|Paric JV was the contractor for $12 million hotel and conference center as part of the NorthPark development in north St. Louis County. The 87,650 sq.ft. Hilton, includes a 5,000 sq.ft. attached conference center, is the first hospitality center at the mixed use development. The three story hotel has 136 rooms and was developed with Lodging Hospitality Management.

Paric’s Web site has additional project information and photos at this > link. <