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As the Arch riverfront reopens, what’s next for CityArchRiver?

Jun 6, 2016

Recently, the Arch riverfront grounds reopened with the completion of a $33 million riverfront redevelopment project spearheaded by CityArchRiver Foundation. It is part of a dozen projects revitalizing the grounds surrounding the Gateway Arch.

What’s next on the docket? On Monday, Ryan McClure, communication director for CityArchRiver, joined St. Louis on the Air host Don Marsh to discuss what’s next in the $380 million plan.

Background: Arch riverfront reopens on higher ground with upgrades

McClure said that the landscaping on the Arch grounds is next on the list for completion, with plans to be open this fall. After that, in 2017, Kiener Plaza will reopen and the museum and visitor center under the Gateway Arch will open as well.

Listen here for more plans and discussion about what could happen on the east side of the Mississippi, across from the Arch grounds:

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