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Tenant and Landlord Rep services.  Our market knowledge and expertise will get you the best deal possible.

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Development

We offer site selection assistance, feasibility studies, economic modeling, and other development consulting services.

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Investment

Rely on our expertise and experience to help you acquire investment properties that deliver excellent returns.

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Management

We offer property management services for commercial & residential property owners to drive value.

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Difference

OUR DIFFERENCE

We are a truly Independent Commercial Real Estate Brokerage firm.

Salient Realty Group breaks from the mold of traditional real estate brokerages.  We pride ourselves in being creative in how we market our client's properties, how we structure lease terms in our client's favor, and how we approach development projects and investment scenarios.  Our advantage is being able to think creatively and quantitatively.

STL COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE NEWS

  • City’s First Tax Sale of the Year Scheduled for June 15
    by Emily Hood on June 10, 2021 at 2:59 pm

    The City of St. Louis will hold it’s first tax sale of the year next Tuesday, June 15th, at 9am on the 4th floor of the Civil Courts Building. There will be four sales in 2021, and subsequent sales will take place on July 13th, August 24th, and September 21. NOTE: The City’s website lists The post City’s First Tax Sale of the Year Scheduled for June 15 appeared first on NextSTL.

  • Architectural Mimicry Makes a Mockery of Historic St. Louis
    by Jessica Deem on June 4, 2021 at 7:54 pm

    Just when it seemed St. Louis was moving beyond our obsession with faux historic new construction, the Benton Park historic district is backpedaling hard and threatening to opt out of Cultural Resources “Compatible New Construction Policy for City Historic Districts.” At the center of the debate is a contemporary-leaning proposal to construct a single-family home The post Architectural Mimicry Makes a Mockery of Historic St. Louis appeared first on NextSTL.

  • If one quarter of the St. Louis metro population lived in the city…
    by Tony Nipert on June 3, 2021 at 12:00 pm

    In 1876 when St. Louis was just a little over 100 years old, relatively few people lived west of Jefferson Ave. The St. Louis of 1876 was a city with more population than today, yet transportation technology necessitated compact living. And it worked. But the wealthy had their country estates and the working class fantasized The post If one quarter of the St. Louis metro population lived in the city… appeared first on NextSTL.

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