Esri, an international supplier of geographic information system software, web GIS and geodatabase management applications, has expanded its footprint in St. Louis, Missouri’s Cortex Innovation Community, and plans to add 10 new jobs. The spatial analytics firm said the expansion is a “stepping stone” for the company’s future its growth in the St. Louis region.
The company is moving into Cortex’s newest building at 4220 Duncan. The new five-story building contains 182,000 square feet of commercial space, featuring a two-story atrium lobby, a full-service restaurant, indoor and outdoor event and conference space, and a full-service health club.
St. Louis, Missouri, is a hub for geospatial talent and home to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s new $1.7 billion western headquarters. Esri currently employs more than 100 workers in the St. Louis region.
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