2019 October – Visit St. Louis

Meet the New St. Louis

With $8 billion of new investment flowing throughout the region, St. Louis is ready to take your event to the next level.

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America’s Center Convention Center

Coming soon! The $175 million expansion and renovation of the America’s Center Convention Complex offering a new 65,000 square foot ballroom opening to an expansive outdoor pavilion and event space.

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Hotel Development

More than 30 new hotel properties recently completed or underway, adding to the already 38,000 rooms region-wide, to fit the needs of any group and any budget.

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Gateway Arch National Park

Journey to the top of the iconic 630-foot Gateway Arch which memorializes St. Louis as the Gateway to the West. The national park experience has been modernized with a $380 million transformation bringing the grounds surrounding the iconic monument into the future.

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Ballpark Village Phase II

The Cardinals’ $260-million second phase expansion will include more than 500,000 square feet of residential, office, retail, restaurant, entertainment, and park along Clark Street. In addition, an 8-story Live! by Loews-St. Louis hotel will open in 2020.

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City Foundry STL

A $120 million first phase redevelopment of the former Century Electric factory in the midtown neighborhood will be home to a 10-screen cinema, retail and office space, a gaming and dining venue, and a food hall. The 15-acre mixed use development is set to open in spring of 2020.

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St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station

Interact with 13,000+ sea animals and explore life beyond the ocean at the all-new, two-story, 120,000-square-foot St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station set to open the winter of 2019. In addition to the aquarium, the reimagined Union Station complex will feature an observation wheel, mini golf, several restaurants, and a carousel set to open the winter of 2019.

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