Posts under Tag: Locust Street
Lucas Park Closing for Improvements
Lucas Gardens

Lucas Park, the somewhat hidden gem bound by St. Charles, 13th, Locust and 14th Street, will be closing in June for a comprehensive renovation project. During the renovations, which will include burning off the old grass and seeding and regrowing new grass in August, the dog park on the north side of the park will stay accessible. Among the improvements [...]

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Schlafly Downtown BBQ & Garage Sale

Schlafly Beer presents a new festival this Memorial Day Weekend that will feature a community yard-sale of items from city residents and a pig roast. The new event is called Pork Shop, and it is scheduled for May 26th from 10AM to 6PM at the Schlafly Tap Room in downtown St. Louis. City residents looking to unclutter their homes can [...]

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Downtown St. Louis Art Walk
Art Walk

After six months of living and working together, the residents of Leather Trades Artist Lofts are showcasing their talent at the Downtown STL ARTwalk. They are opening their doors to the public and partnering with local businesses to celebrate Downtown St. Louis’ vibrant art scene, food, shops and bustling nightlife. On Thursday, April 19, the Downtown STL ARTwalk kicks off [...]

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St Louis Police Moving to New HQ in Fall
Police Headquarters on Olive Street

The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD) is planning to make their move from current HQ at 1200 Clark Street to its new headquarters on Olive in November of this year. SLMPD acquired the building in January 2011 for $2.7 million and is spending an additional $3 million on renovations. The building had been listed by owner Wells Fargo for [...]

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Midtown St. Louis Shines Bright
The bar at UCBC

After attending last Saturday’s Billikens vs George Washington game we felt like celebrating SLU’s win by exploring the Midtown area. (Not that we need an excuse to visit this hopping district.) New are the blue neon-rimmed buildings in the Midtown/Grand Center area. It certainly looks good, and with nightlife options like the Fieldhouse, Triumph Grill, Urban Chestnut, and the brand [...]

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Bike Station Open, Urban Shark on Track
Bike slide

The new downtown Bicycle Station has opened in the 411 Building on Locust Street between 10th and 11th in downtown St. Louis. Commuters can store their bikes and use facilities like lockers and showers before going to work. Next door, in the same space, Urban Shark is working hard on getting their downtown bike shop ready for the Grand Opening [...]

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Wine Bar @ Left Bank Books

Construction of the new wine bar next door to Left Bank Books has picked up recently. According to it will be ran by Dave Bailey from Rooster and Bailey’s Chocolate Bar. Share

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Paradowski Renovation on Locust

The renovation of marketing firm Paradowski Creative’s new offices on Locust is in full swing. Currently, the construction seems to be focused on new roof sections. Paradowski Creative is moving from 303 N Broadway. More info about the sale of their old building at Downtown St. Louis Business Share

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Federal Reserve Bank

The recently expanded and completely renovated Federal Reserve bank is housed in an impressive building. The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis is located at 411 Locust Street. Share

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Leather Trades Artists Lofts

Located at 16th & Locust Streets. Share

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Locust Street Lofts

    Situated at 2223 Locust street. Share

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Westgate Lofts


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For all your private events, Lumen. Located one block West of the Tap Room on Locust Street. Lumen is located at 2201 Locust Street. Situated in the Packard Lofts building downtown, Lumen can host events for up to 600 guests. Phone (314) 241-5757 Share

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The Schlafly Tap Room

Located at 2100 Locust Street, The Schlafly Tap Room is one of the earlier developments downtown. Our favorite? The Coffee Stout.     Schlafly Tap Room is located at 2100 Locust Street. Open Monday – Thursday 11 AM – 10 PM, Friday – Saturday 11 AM – 12 AM, Sunday 12 PM – 9 PM Phone (314) 241-2337 Share

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The Campbell House Museum

After a monumental five-year, $3 million restoration the museum now stands as one of the most accurately restored 19th Century buildings in America, reflecting the high-Victorian opulence of the 1880s. More information on this gem downtown at The Campbell House Museum. Share

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City Smiles

Dentist Dr. Christopher Hill moved into this building at 1113 Locust, across the street from Rooster. According to their website Dr. Hill focuses on general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and restorative dentistry. Whether you need a filling, Invisalign clear braces, or full-mouth reconstruction, they offer comprehensive dental services in a relaxed, contemporary setting. Share

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