Missouri City Finalizes Land Deal For National Geospatial Intelligence Agency HQ

The City of St. Louis recently signed 97 acres of north St. Louis land over to the federal government for use on the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) new NGA West headquarters. The U.S. spy agency announced the city would be home to its western regional headquarters and their $1.7 billion investment in 2016.

The new site, just north of downtown, is conveniently located adjacent to a variety of innovative and cultural areas. The Cortex Innovation Community and Washington Avenue, both vibrant startup and innovation districts, are to its south and west, as are the cultural and sporting areas of the Central West End, Forest ParkGrand Center and Clark Avenue.

The NGA will also be located in the center of three top universities, Washington University in St. LouisSaint Louis University and the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

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