Since 1926, Cassidy Turley has served the St. Louis commercial real estate market as the leading full-service provider. The firm is ranked the #1 Commercial Real Estate firm and #1 Office Property Management firm by the St. Louis Business Journal. Additionally, Cassidy Turley was recognized as a 2012 Greater St. Louis Top 50 Business named by the St. Louis Regional Chamber & Growth Association as well as a CoStar Power Broker Firm.
In the St. Louis region alone, Cassidy Turley completed $348 million in transaction volume in 2011 and has 23 million square feet under management. We are passionate client advocates who operate as one cohesive and cooperative team across all services lines. Whatever the commercial real estate need, we work to provide exemplary client service and innovative solutions that support our clients’ overall business performance.
The St. Louis office provides a full spectrum of commercial real estate services, including:
- Capital Markets
- Property Management
- Corporate Services
- Tenant Representation
- Project Leasing
- Project & Development Services
- Sustainability Services
With nearly 800 associates in 6 offices throughout the area, Cassidy Turley is proud to house our largest operational hub in St. Louis. In addition to the services listed above, St. Louis houses executive leadership and corporate divisions such as Human Resources, Corporate Accounting, Transitions & Quality Control, and Information Technology.
About the St. Louis Market
St. Louis is advantaged with a diversity of industries providing the region with a strong degree of economic stability. In addition to this range of industries, a number of specific industry clusters have gravitated to the region. These clusters include Life Sciences, Financial Services, Information Technology, Transportation – Logistics, and Advanced Manufacturing.
The St. Louis Commercial Real Estate market includes nearly 50 million square feet of class A & B office space and over 230 million square feet of industrial space. While the recession had an impact on the St. Louis office market, it has now entered into recovery mode with moderate occupancy growth realized in 2012. This growth has been led by companies like Nestle Purina, Reinsurance Group of America, and Ralcorp Holdings. The industrial market has also been experiencing a recovery. The market’s vacancy rate has shown meaningful improvement in 2012 and rental rates have been on the rise for 2 years. As employment in the region continues to expand, the commercial real estate market in St. Louis can expect to see further improvement in vacancy and rental rates.