Posts under Tag: Laclede’s Landing
Interactive Restaurant Map
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This map lists all restaurants alphabetically. Restaurants in Downtown, Downtown-West, Midtown, Grand Center, Lafayette Square and Laclede’s Landing are included in the map. View Count On Downtown Restaurant Listing St. Louis, Missouri in a larger map The listing will be updated frequently, as restaurants close and new participants enter the market.  Restaurant and bars that offer live music are depicted by [...]

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The Riverfront Flooding of 2013
The bridge, the river, and the train tracks

This afternoon we wandered to Laclede’s Landing to take a look at the cresting Mississippi River. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the river reached a level of 35.4 feet today – 5.4 feet over flood stage and just 2.5 feet shy of the all-time record level of the great flood of 1993. The flooding didn’t seem to have caused [...]

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As New Bridge Rises So Do Expectations
Future I-70 on-ramps under construction on Illinois side.

The new Mississippi River Bridge project, slated for completion in early 2014, is starting to show significant progress. The towers on both banks of the river are now clearly rising into the air. When completed, the main span of this 1,500 feet long, cable-stayed bridge will be the third-longest in the United States. The bridge towers will reach 400 feet, [...]

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Skybox Now The Levee

Skybox at Laclede’s Landing is dead. Long live The Levee. This is the newest establishment in the Levee House building, at the site of the former Planet Hollywood. Share

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Laclede’s Landing Video Tour


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Lumière Place Casino & Hotels

Lumière Place Casino opened late 2007,  just North of Laclede’s Landing. With the addition of The Four Seasons Hotel, the only five star hotel in Missouri, and Hotelumière, it has certainly transformed the area. Share

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HoteLumière. When you come to stay at Lumière Place, you’ll have plush accommodations at your disposal. Over $7 million of commissioned original art graces the walls of the casino and hotels, along with unparalleled views of the Mississippi River, the Arch and the downtown skyline. Share

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The Four Seasons Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis. The tower of the Four Seasons Hotel rises above the river at the Laclede’s Landing area, minutes from the Gateway Arch and the Central Business District. The Lumière PLace casino complex is connected to the hotel. For a sneak preview, watch the following video: Share

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