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            The famous Gateway Arch Park, a 630 ft.-tall monument celebrating U.S. Western expansion is located, is located in Downtown St. Louis. Visitors can take a ride through the trails and get an amazing view of the city. There are also riverboat cruises on the mighty Mississippi which claim to offer the best view of the Gateway Arch. The city’s historically rich past is visible through exhibits at the old courthouse with tours and the Museum of Westward, which tells the story of Lewis and Clark and their adventures.

            A common pastime for residents looking to take some time away from their busy schedules is a visit to Busch Stadium, home to the St. Louis Cardinals. It can be reached by Interstate 64, which runs through the heart of downtown. It also provides access to the Edward Jones Dome, home of the St. Louis Rams football team. At the Ballpark Village in Downtown St. Louis you can dine or drink at one of the many restaurants or clubs.

            The central business district, located in the heart of Downtown St. Louis, is the hub of tourism and entertainment in the city. Laclede Landing is a popular historical district with business, dining, and entertainment venues. It sports cobblestone streets with several restaurants with sidewalk dining, a casino, and bars with dancing. Enjoy some of the best restaurants in the area, including the Blood & Sand, The Bridge Tap House and Wine Bar, and Charlie Gitto’s catering.

            Citygarden is a park full of green spaces sculptures, and a video wall which plays movies, photography, art videos, and the occasional Cardinals game. The city realized there was a need to revitalize the downtown area with a recreational space for the growing population. Its gardens are also home to native Missouri trees, shrubs, grasses, groundcovers, and wildflowers.

            The homes here are centrally located within the city, so residents are never far from a wealth of entertainment venues and necessary amenities. A wide range of classic homes are here to choose from, with great stone or wood working details. Find a home with more than just two beds and baths, and move into a place your whole family can enjoy. One of the experienced builders at can help you locate or plan a home to fit both your preferences and your budget.