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A large bank has moved about 50 employees from downtown St. Louis to its office in Earth City in St. Louis County.

Remaining infill properties in cities like Peoria are being built out with new industrial development, landing leases with big companies. Before construction completed on one of the newest Peoria business parks, two big leases were secured with new tenants.

Peregrine Economics, whose four founders are all Chicago natives, is set to open its downtown Chicago headquarters next year.

Provincial officials in Ontario, Canada, have intervened after SC Johnson threatened to close a 250-employee, century-old plant in Canada if a residential development proceeds on an adjoining property.

Developers and investors in recent years have shown immense interest in projects and transactions along Kansas City's southern streetcar extension. Some plans now are actively underway, and others are on long-term hold, as the new route draws closer to its early 2025 opening.

The 76,000-square-foot office building was once filled to the brim with tech tenants who seemingly couldn't grow fast enough. Now it's roughly 75% vacant – and newly in the hands of its lender.

Silicon Valley-based Rani Therapeutics announced earlier this year plans to cut 25% of its workforce as it expands its research and development footprint.

While there are signs the housing market is shifting, prices are still rising in many areas. Here's how many buyers are paying above asking price.

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The company is looking to raise $500,000 and has closed on more than half of that sum in funding.