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Jerome Glick Realty
18 S Central Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63105
A veteran in the real estate business, Jerome Glick specializes in renting and selling commercial properties in St.More Louis, Franklin, Jefferson and St. Charlies counties of Missouri. Projects of Glick's include the sale of 9,000 acres to the Missouri Conservation Commission and the renovation of the old St. Louis Post-Dispatch building. His office is conveniently located next to the large City of Clayton public parking lot at the corner of Central and Carondelet. Glick is also a member of the Missouri Growth Association and is an amateur archeologist.
Metropolitan Zoological Park & Museum District
7733 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton, MO 63105
The Metropolitan Zoological Park & Museum District is one of the  county's largest tax-supported culturalMore districts with tax revenue coming from county and city taxpayers. It's been established since 1972 and its annual tax revenue has increased from $3.9 million in 1972 to more than $72 million in 2009.  The District consists of five subdistricts including the St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis Zoo, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis Science Center and Missouri History Museum. 
Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation
7425 Forsyth Blvd Ste 110, Clayton, MO 63105

The Voluntary Interdistrict Choice Corporation helps transport students from St. Louis City to participating St.More Louis County schools under the guidelines of the St. Louis Student Transfer Program. The transfer program aims to build racial integration.

The corporation receives most of its funding from the state of Missouri. Its website features a PDF containing answers to frequently asked questions, application guidelines, newsletters and more. Those who are interested may follow the corporation on Twitter using the handle @VICC_StLouis.

World Trade Center Saint Louis
121 S Meramec Ave, Clayton, MO 63105

World Trade Center Saint Louis functions to foster economic development in much of Missouri and southern Illinois,More and to build international business.

Its operating license is provided by the World Trade Centers Association.

The building in which World Trade Center Saint Louis is housed also includes the following offices:

  • 1st floor: Family Court, community programs
  • 2nd floor: Information technology and REGIS, court-appointed special advocates
  • 3rd floor: Human Sservices
  • 4th floor: Family Court community program, St. Louis County Municipal League, community development
  • 5th floor: University of Missouri Extension
  • 6th floor: Highways and Traffic Adminisration, sewer and water lateral programs, neighborhood preservation
  • 7th floor: Highways and traffic design
  • 8th floor: Highways and traffic planning
  • 9th floor: Economic Council
  • 10th floor: World Trade Center
  • 11th floor: World Trade Center
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