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SEWER DISTRICT BUYS 60,000 SF BUILDING FOR WASTEWATER PROJECT IN ST. LOUIS

ST. LOUIS — The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) has purchased a 60,000-square-foot manufacturing building in St. Louis for an undisclosed price. The property was purchased for MSD Project Clear, MSD’s long-term initiative designed to improve water quality and alleviate wastewater concerns. The facility is located at 1600 Macklind Ave. on three acres. Part of the 60-year-old building situated near River Des Peres will be torn down to create access for MSD Project Clear, the project involves creating underground tunnels to store rain runoff during heavy storms, and then conveying it to wastewater treatment plants for treatment when storms pass. Hal Ball of Hilliker Corp. represented the seller, DFD Industries LLC in the transaction. MSD had internal representation in the transaction.

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