Inside Look: Mississippi Valley Trust Building Listed for $3,000,000

Prestigious Downtown Landmark Available For Sale

401 Pine Listing
Here’s your chance to take an exclusive inside look at the Mississippi Valley Trust Building which is located at 401 Pine Street. Built in 1896 by notable Saint Louis architects Eames and Young, this historic Beaux Arts building in downtown listed by Gershman Commercial Real Estate is available and well-suited for your business or creative startup endeavor.

When the famous pair drew up plans for the building, it would serve the transportation and communication financing institution of the Mississippi Valley Trust Company needs up until the 1930’s.

401 Pine Exterior Sun

As a prominent mainstay in the downtown landscape, the property has lasted the test of time and has hosted a multitude of businesses and entrepreneurial ideas through its history. Some of the past uses of the building have included an aviation office, a restaurant and a health care clinic.

For the inner history aficionado living deep inside, you can view the application to the National Register of Historic Places. After receiving its landmark status in May of 2001, it underwent interior renovations and upgrades before becoming a creative agency until most recently.

The five-story building containing 37,381 square feet has negotiable terms depending on spatial needs. Features include fiber for broadband, creative workspaces, transit access, close proximity to parking garages, and a gymnasium plus a workout room on the third floor.

Images via Gershman Commercial Real Estate.

401 Pine Lobby

401 Interior Office

401 Pine Conference

401 Pine Glass Room

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