Floyd Sweeney, VP and Dan Hayes, principal are the listingagents for the property, also referred to as Fenton 44 Center. Thetwo plants occupy 295 acres and are located off Interstate 44 nearInterstate 270.

"The best case scenario would be for another manufacturer topurchase the property and use the assembly facilities. Absent that,however, we have a very large, well situated site with tremendousexposure and access – the redevelopment possibilities are endlessfor Fenton 44 Center," said Sweeney.

Denny Coleman, St. Louis County Economic Council president andCEO, said that there may be a number of local and state incentivesthat could be used to help sell the property. "We are prepared toimplement appropriate action for the right company looking toinvest and create good-paying jobs in Fenton," he said in astatement.

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