Category Laclede’s Landing

Clang! Clang! Clang! Goes The Trolley

The Mississippi Mile…The Riverfront Trolley… Kind of rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it? In my three part series [Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3] about ways to increase foot traffic and connections all along the downtown riverfront — not just in front of the Arch — I touched on the idea of a […]

The Mississippi (1.2) Mile — Part 3

Despite owing its existence to the river that runs along its eastern edge, St. Louis has severely underutilized this powerful resource as both a natural destination for tourists and locals alike and also as a place for merchants, art and innovation. Of course, due to the untameable nature of the Mississippi River, development of this […]

The Mississippi (1.2) Mile — Part 2

Despite owing its existence to the river that runs along its eastern edge, St. Louis has severely underutilized this powerful resource as both a natural destination for tourists and locals alike and also as a place for merchants, art and innovation. A new “Mississippi Mile” would stretch from Chouteau Ave. to (and through) Laclede’s Landing […]

Free Sandwiches!!! I mean…Landshire, Inc. Relocates to Laclede’s Landing

  Governor Jay Nixon was in town today to welcome the newest business to St. Louis. About 100 people were in attendance – all of which enjoyed complementary Landshire brand sandwiches and snacks afterward. Landshire, Inc., the makers of ‘quality and convenient’ microwaveable sandwiches, hot dogs and burgers, is relocating it’s offices from Belleville, IL […]