• The Maline Greenway Needs Your Support Today (July 24)

    Great Rivers Greenway is working with the City of Ferguson to apply for a Federal Transportation Grant from the East-West Gateway Council of Governments to construct a new portion of the Maline Greenway from the Ted Jones...

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  • The Gravois Greenway (Grant’s Trail) Has a New Trailhead

    From St. Louis Magazine:  Christened with champagne, soda pop, and the landscapers’ sweat, the new Mysun Charitable Foundation Trailhead is located at 4300 Hoffmeister Avenue. It replaces the Gravois Greenway’s old southern trailhead, and you can’t miss the new...

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  • P3 Delivers Gateway Arch Park

    From ENR:  The largest public-private partnership investment in a national park is delivering a new experience for visitors to the landmark Gateway Arch in St. Louis, which was designed by the late-architect Eero Saarinen. The 10-year path...

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  • In Search of the ‘Just City’

    From CityLab:  The Chouteau Greenway competition in St. Louis called for proposals for an urban design project that would connect the 1,371-acre Forest Park, in the city’s west quarters, to the city’s famous Gateway Arch, on the city’s east edge by...

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  • Time-Lapse Video of Gateway Arch Park Renovation

    Tuesday, July 3rd will be an exciting day for the city of St. Louis, Missouri, as the newly renovated Gateway Arch Museum will officially open to the public. EarthCam is joining the festivities by sharing its 4K...

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  • Area Residents Invited to Celebrate Opening of Expanded Gravois Greenway

    Great Rivers Greenway and St. Louis County Parks invite area residents to celebrate the latest expansion of the Gravois Greenway: Grant’s Trail and opening of the new Mysun Charitable Foundation Trailhead at a ribbon-cutting and open house...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • St. Louis Riverfront Rebounds After Years of Construction

    From The Seattle Times:  A St. Louis riverfront area near the Gateway Arch grounds is finally starting to rebound after five years of construction to renovate the tourist attraction. Laclede’s Landing saw the number of restaurants and...

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  • Open House & Happy Hour to Showcase All Laclede’s Landing Has to Offer as $20M in Redevelopment Projects Take Shape

    WHO: Representatives from a variety of organizations and attractions located on Laclede’s Landing and the St. Louis Riverfront, including Laclede’s Landing Community Improvement District (CID), Great Rivers Greenway, 612North Event Space and Catering (home to VUE, Kimchi...

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  • Area Residents Invited to Celebrate Expanded Fee Fee Greenway at Ribbon Cutting on Thursday, June 14

    Great Rivers Greenway, the City of Maryland Heights and Saint Louis County Parks invite area residents to celebrate the newest segment of the Fee Fee Greenway at a ribbon cutting being held on Thursday, June 14, from...

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  • Laclede’s Landing Finds its Footing with $20M in Redevelopment

    From St. Louis Business Journal:  It was a humid August day in 2015 when Munsok So felt his building violently shake. In a matter of minutes, several floors of the Cutlery Building at 612 N. Second St....

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