ST. LOUIS—The St. Louis industrial market has largely made up all the ground lost during the recession and factors like the reviving auto industry have also made the region ripe for new development. GM recently launched a $133 million expansion of its plant in suburban Wentzville, and that has parts suppliers, eager to feed their products into the growing factory, flocking to the area.

The LandMark Group, for example, has just completed construction on an 85,000-square-foot build-to-suit automotive industrial manufacturing plant in Wentzville. And Faurecia, the world’s seventh-largest automotive supplier, has signed a long-term lease with LandMark for the building, located just off Hwy. A, north of I-70.

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