The Globe Building began as a hub for railway companies in early 20th century St. Louis, then a bustling industrial giant. Just like the railways passing through the Globe Building were essential for transporting goods and people, today five separately owned and operated data centers harness the multiple fiber streams within the building to transport and store the information, content and data that today’s businesses and people require.
From the newspapers of the past to today’s instantaneous, fiber-powered stream of content and information, the Globe Building has, throughout its history, always been connected.
With a fiber optic hub at its core, the Globe Building provides an excellent opportunity for any size business to operate in Downtown St. Louis, which hosts a dozen Fortune 1000 companies and numerous, exciting start-ups and entrepreneurs.
After the close of business, or even during a well-deserved lunch break, the Globe Building’s location is ideal for both tenants and clients. Washington Avenue is one of the most dynamic entertainment districts in the area, offering an eclectic mix of fine dining and nightspots. Also, it is only a short walk to Laclede’s Landing, the Arch, the Peabody Opera House, City Garden, food trucks, and luxury hotels, as well as the Cardinals and Blues.