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Built in 1883 to support the growing tobacco industry in St. Louis, the Christian Peper building housed and dried valuable tobacco leaves for processing during the turn of the 20th century. Today, the building has been tastefully updated and enhanced for modern use. Today the building houses 52 residential apartments and over 35,000 sf of Office and retail space The fully renovated building is a modern mixed use building offering spectacular views of the Mississippi River and iconic Gateway Arch, from the birthplace of St. Louis in historic Laclede’s Landing. Upscale amenities and thoughtful finishes blend historic design elements with modern conveniences that sit underneath a beautiful rooftop deck that provides one of the greatest views in the city.

About Peper

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