Thomas F. Eagleton United States Courthouse

The Thomas F. Eagleton United States Courthouse is the largest single courthouse in the United States. It is the main office of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. It was named after U.S. Senator Thomas F. Eagleton.

Thomas F. Eagleton United States Courthouse
111 S 10th St, St. Louis, MO 63102 Google Maps

NumberBuildingCityFloorsHeight Year
1One Metropolitan SquareSt. Louis42181m 1989
2One AT&T Center909 Chestnut St. St. Louis44179m1986
3Thomas F. Eagleton Courthouse111 S 10th St. St. Louis28170m2000
4US Bank Plaza505 N 7th St. St. Louis35 148m1976
5Laclede Gas Building720 Olive St. St. Louis31122m1969
6Southwestern Bell Building1010 Pine St. St. Louis26122m 1926
7Civil Courts Building10 N Tucker Blvd. St. Louis13118m 386Ft 1929
8100 Above the Park100 Kingshighway Blvd. STL36117m 2020
9Bank of America Plaza800 Market St. St. Louis31117m1981
10600 Washington600 Washington Ave. STL25 fl114m1985
11Park East Tower4909 Laclede Ave. St. Louis26101m2007
12Queeny TowerSt. Louis1998m1965
13One Cardinal Way1 Cardinal Way, St. Louis2998m2020
14The Tower at OPOP411 N 8th St. St. Louis2595m2010
15Park Plaza Apartments212 Kingshighway Blvd. STL2794m1931
161010 Market Street1010 Market St. St. Louis2090m1982
17Millennium Hotel St. Louis Tower200 S 4th St. St. Louis2888m1968
18Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis999 N 2nd St. St. Louis1988m2007
19The Gentry’s Landing400 N 4th St. St. Louis2887m1965
20Mansion House Apartments300 N 4th St. St. Louis2887m1965

One AT&T Center, 909 Chestnut St, St. Louis

The One AT&T Tower building at 909 Chestnut St. is a 44-story building that takes up an entire city block and the second tallest building in St. Louis. The One AT&T Center was formerly known as the One SBC Center and One Bell Center located in downtown St. Louis.

The building has 1.4 million square feet of space. The tower was built in 1986 and has been vacant since AT&T vacated the building in 2017. The building has little parking which is the biggest deterrent to buyers. There has been interested buyers but not enough to sign a contract as of yet. Hopefully 2021 will bring more interested buyers to the table.

NumberBuildingCityFloorsHeight Year
1One Metropolitan SquareSt. Louis42181m 1989
2One AT&T Center909 Chestnut St. St. Louis44179m1986
3Thomas F. Eagleton Courthouse111 S 10th St. St. Louis28170m2000
4US Bank Plaza505 N 7th St. St. Louis35 148m1976
5Laclede Gas Building720 Olive St. St. Louis31122m1969
6Southwestern Bell Building1010 Pine St. St. Louis26122m 1926
7Civil Courts Building10 N Tucker Blvd. St. Louis13118m 386Ft 1929
8100 Above the Park100 Kingshighway Blvd. STL36117m 2020
9Bank of America Plaza800 Market St. St. Louis31117m1981
10600 Washington600 Washington Ave. STL25 fl114m1985
11Park East Tower4909 Laclede Ave. St. Louis26101m2007
12Queeny TowerSt. Louis1998m1965
13One Cardinal Way1 Cardinal Way, St. Louis2998m2020
14The Tower at OPOP411 N 8th St. St. Louis2595m2010
15Park Plaza Apartments212 Kingshighway Blvd. STL2794m1931
161010 Market Street1010 Market St. St. Louis2090m1982
17Millennium Hotel St. Louis Tower200 S 4th St. St. Louis2888m0968
18Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis999 N 2nd St. St. Louis1988m2007
19The Gentry’s Landing400 N 4th St. St. Louis2887m1965
20Mansion House Apartments300 N 4th St. St. Louis2887m1965

Bank of America Plaza, 9th tallest building in St. Louis

Bank of America Plaza in downtown St. Louis was finished being built in 1981. With 31 floors and 117 meters tall, it ranks in at 9 for the tallest buildings in St. Louis.

Bank of America Plaza
800 Market St
St. Louis, MO 63101
boaplazastl.com | Google Maps

NumberBuildingCityFloorsHeight Year
1One Metropolitan SquareSt. Louis42181m 1989
2One AT&T Center909 Chestnut St. St. Louis44179m1986
3Thomas F. Eagleton Courthouse111 S 10th St. St. Louis28170m2000
4US Bank Plaza505 N 7th St. St. Louis35 148m1976
5Laclede Gas Building720 Olive St. St. Louis31122m1969
6Southwestern Bell Building1010 Pine St. St. Louis26122m 1926
7Civil Courts Building10 N Tucker Blvd. St. Louis13118m 386Ft 1929
8100 Above the Park100 Kingshighway Blvd. STL36117m 2020
9Bank of America Plaza800 Market St. St. Louis31117m1981
10600 Washington600 Washington Ave. STL25 fl114m1985
11Park East Tower4909 Laclede Ave. St. Louis26101m2007
12Queeny TowerSt. Louis1998m1965
13One Cardinal Way1 Cardinal Way, St. Louis2998m2020
14The Tower at OPOP411 N 8th St. St. Louis2595m2010
15Park Plaza Apartments212 Kingshighway Blvd. STL2794m1931
161010 Market Street1010 Market St. St. Louis2090m1982
17Millennium Hotel St. Louis Tower200 S 4th St. St. Louis2888m1968
18Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis999 N 2nd St. St. Louis1988m2007
19The Gentry’s Landing400 N 4th St. St. Louis2887m1965
20Mansion House Apartments300 N 4th St. St. Louis2887m1965

One Metropolitan Square, tallest building in St. louis

One Metropolitan Square Building is the tallest building in St. Louis with 42 floors and 181 meters tall. Built in 1989, this goliath features corporate offices and a Grand Lobby that has 22,000 square feet of restaurants and shops. It’s an urban sanctuary for people wanting to relax in an upscale environment with lots of space.  ​​

One Metropolitan Square Building
Metropolitan Square LLC
One Metropolitan Square,
St. Louis, MO 63102
http://www.onemetropolitansquare.com/

NumberBuildingCityFloorsHeight Year
1One Metropolitan SquareSt. Louis42181m 1989
2One AT&T Center909 Chestnut St. St. Louis44179m1986
3Thomas F. Eagleton Courthouse111 S 10th St. St. Louis28170m2000
4US Bank Plaza505 N 7th St. St. Louis35 148m1976
5Laclede Gas Building720 Olive St. St. Louis31122m1969
6Southwestern Bell Building1010 Pine St. St. Louis26122m 1926
7Civil Courts Building10 N Tucker Blvd. St. Louis13118m 386Ft 1929
8100 Above the Park100 Kingshighway Blvd. STL36117m 2020
9Bank of America Plaza800 Market St. St. Louis31117m1981
10600 Washington600 Washington Ave. STL25 fl114m1985
11Park East Tower4909 Laclede Ave. St. Louis26101m2007
12Queeny TowerSt. Louis1998m1965
13One Cardinal Way1 Cardinal Way, St. Louis2998m2020
14The Tower at OPOP411 N 8th St. St. Louis2595m2010
15Park Plaza Apartments212 Kingshighway Blvd. STL2794m1931
161010 Market Street1010 Market St. St. Louis2090m1982
17Millennium Hotel St. Louis Tower200 S 4th St. St. Louis2888m1968
18Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis999 N 2nd St. St. Louis1988m2007
19The Gentry’s Landing400 N 4th St. St. Louis2887m1965
20Mansion House Apartments300 N 4th St. St. Louis2887m1965

St. Louis City Hall – Attraction

St. Louis City Hall has been a government building since 1898 and is a featured landmark for the region. The construction of City Hall started July 19, 1890, with the cornerstone laid on June 6, 1891.

Juneteenth 2020 held at St. Louis City Hall

St. Louis City Hall
1200 Market St, St. Louis, MO 63103
stlouis-mo.gov/city-hall | Google.com/maps

One Cardinal Way Apartments, 13 tallest building in St. Louis

One Cardinal Way in Ballpark Village is a high-end 30-floor apartment high rise ranking in at 13 for tallest buildings in St. Louis.

The residents have a birds eye view of all games at Busch Stadium and a cityscape view of downtown St. Louis including the Arch and the Mississippi River.

One Cardinal Way Apartments
1 Cardinal Way, St. Louis 63102
Site: onecardinalway.com
Directions: google.com/maps

NumberBuildingCityFloorsHeight Year
1One Metropolitan SquareSt. Louis42181m 1989
2One AT&T Center909 Chestnut St. St. Louis44179m1986
3Thomas F. Eagleton Courthouse111 S 10th St. St. Louis28170m2000
4US Bank Plaza505 N 7th St. St. Louis35 148m1976
5Laclede Gas Building720 Olive St. St. Louis31122m1969
6Southwestern Bell Building1010 Pine St. St. Louis26122m 1926
7Civil Courts Building10 N Tucker Blvd. St. Louis13118m 386Ft 1929
8100 Above the Park100 Kingshighway Blvd. STL36117m 2020
9Bank of America Plaza800 Market St. St. Louis31117m1981
10600 Washington600 Washington Ave. STL25 fl114m1985
11Park East Tower4909 Laclede Ave. St. Louis26101m2007
12Queeny TowerSt. Louis1998m1965
13One Cardinal Way1 Cardinal Way, St. Louis2998m2020
14The Tower at OPOP411 N 8th St. St. Louis2595m2010
15Park Plaza Apartments212 Kingshighway Blvd. STL2794m1931
161010 Market Street1010 Market St. St. Louis2090m1982
17Millennium Hotel St. Louis Tower200 S 4th St. St. Louis2888m1968
18Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis999 N 2nd St. St. Louis1988m2007
19The Gentry’s Landing400 N 4th St. St. Louis2887m1965
20Mansion House Apartments300 N 4th St. St. Louis2887m1965

Bobby Plager’s jersey number 5 inside blue heart on Enterprise Center

In honor of Bobby Plager, his jersey number 5 was placed on the south side of the Enterprise Center inside a blue heart that’s visible from I-64. Bobby Plager, 78 years old, died from a heart attack while driving on I-64 on March 24, 2021.

Bobby was an all-time favorite and became a house hold name not long after joining the St. Louis Blues in 1967. Bobby played 11 seasons and remained active with the Blues organization after his retirement.

On April 16, the Enterprise Center held a public visitation from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Ewing Bridge I-64 AT Jefferson reopens July 2021

The Ewing Bridge and both directions of I-64 between Grand and I-44 were closed to remove the Ewing Bridge between February 12-15 of 2021.

Crews closed the ramp from westbound I-64 to Market Street, Exit 38B, at 10 a.m. Thursday, February 11 to stage equipment for demolishing the Ewing bridge. The bridge is anticipated to be done in July 2021 or later.

For more details on the overall project, please visit: https://www.modot.org/i-64-jefferson-interchange. https://www.modot.org/node/21880

City Place Hotel St. Louis will soon be Time Shares, Apts, Brand Hotel

City Place Hotel St. Louis is being renovated by Greython Construction with plans to redo all 26 stories. The $46 million-dollar projects will turn the outdated hotel into 160 apartments, 190 hotel rooms and 95 time share units. There will be 16,000 square foot grocery store at street level as well.

https://greython.com/project/city-place-conversion-st-louis-mo/

Broadway Tower, 100 N. Broadway, St. Louis Under Construction

Broadway Tower at 100 N. Broadway at Chestnut Street is under construction with an estimated cost of 7 million on the permit.. The building has 21 floors and was built 1977. It is located across the Street from the Old Courthouse.

INVOLVED IN PROJECT: LARSON | HERMANN | PARIC |Trivers

See building permits for St. Louis City at: https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/data/dashboards/building-permits/30-days.cfm

VIDEO: Driving around both sides of Broadway Tower, 100 N. Broadway to view the construction.