The old National Candy Company factory sat empty for years, and was first the target of redevelopment for a charter school a few years ago. That never happened, so in a continuing trend, U-Haul got a hold of it and renovated it for storage, which I think is a perfectly fine reuse.
It’s a great example of how factory architecture was changing in the early Twentieth Century away from more historicist models, and embracing new ideas and forms.
And yes, this was the company owned by actor Vincent Price’s family.
It is located on the hill that the Gravois Avenue underpass cut through.