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EDGE@BRDG life sciences property St. Louis

Life Sciences Property in St. Louis Innovation District Sells to Harrison Street

Cushman & Wakefield represented locally based Larson Capital Management in its $92-million sale of [email protected], a 151,829-square-foot Class A+ life sciences building in St. Louis that is fully leased as the headquarters of food-tech company Benson Hill Biosystems. 
Michael Hanrahan and Josh McGee with Cushman & Wakefield’s Midwest office investment sales team and Josh King, who heads up the firm’s life sciences advisory group, collaborated to represent Larson in its sale to Chicago-based Harrison Street Real Estate Capital. 
Located at 1001 N. Warson Rd., [email protected] was completed in 2020 and features state-of-the-art office and lab space as well as a test kitchen, sterilization station and walk-in refrigeration units. The property is located in 
39 North, St. Louis’s 600-acre innovation district anchored by the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, a global innovation cluster centered around food science and agricultural technology.  


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