City Foundry STL in St. Louis has added two office tenants to its roster of signed leases. Digital publishing and technology firm Multiply and DNA technology company Orion Genomics have closes leases to move the operations to the development.
The two companies will occupy 30,000 square feet and add almost 100 employees to City Foundry STL.
Multiply is a digital publisher and analytics platform that develops, acquires and invests in digital brands. It currently operates three digital publications, HealthyWay, FasionBeans and Urbo.
Orion Genomics is a DNA technology and molecular precision agriculture company with headquarters in St. Louis.
City Foundtry STL has previously announced leases by national entertainment and restaurant operaters including Austin, Texas-based Alamo Drafthouse Theaters, Denver-based Punch Bowl Social and Tulsa-based Fassler Hall.
City Foundry STL is the adaptive reuse of the former 15-acre Century Electric Foundry complex in St. Louis’ Midtown neighborhood. The project will include St. Louis’ first true food hall. The $187 million first phase will include 122,000 square fet of restaurant and entertainment; 105,000 square feet of shops; and 111,000 square feet of office space.
The project is being designed and developed by Lawrence Group.