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Public Benefits

  • Hundreds of new construction jobs and office space for companies that could bring more job opportunities to Clayton
  • Estimated $1.3 million in new tax revenue to the City of Clayton on day one; $31 million over a 20-year period
  • Estimated $2.8 million in new tax revenue to Clayton schools on day one; $56 million over a 20-year period
  • Pedestrian-friendly district with open, public green spaces
  • Stunning new civic center and auditorium, providing public performing arts events
  • New, upscale retail shops and new restaurants
  • Infrastructure improvements to reduce traffic such as light synchronization and widened lanes


“Centene has been a catalyst for job and economic growth in the St. Louis region. As a corporate partner with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on various initiatives, Centene is helping to develop leaders and our future workforce in Missouri. We are supportive of Centene’ s Clayton campus expansion, where the company will bring 1,000 new, high-quality jobs to the region.”
– Karlos Ramirez, Executive Director, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis

“I hear many people speak about St. Louis, and many seem scared of growth for some reason. Growth brings more people to this city, which brings more jobs, which fills restaurants, retail shops, and grocery stores. This is the key to having a vibrant city that makes young college graduates want to stay here instead of leaving for a cooler spot. Centene is one of a small handful of companies helping to make that change.”
– Gerard Craft, Owner, Niche Food Group including Sardella, Brasserie, Pastaria, Taste, Porano

Click here to read Mr. Craft’s entire letter to the residents of Clayton about the expansion project.