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Arts & Culture
5:30 am
Wed August 21, 2013

Commentary: Building The City That We Deserve

Michael Allen.
(Courtesy Jarred Gastreich)

Listeners following the city’s ongoing renaissance may have heard of a project named Midtown Station, a giant commercial center proposed for Vandeventer and Forest Park. This could be a dreadful retail strip or a game-changing development. The way it gets built matters a lot.

 

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Concourse A
2:39 pm
Tue December 20, 2011

Renovations complete at Lambert Airport's Concourse A

Travelers at the newly-rehabbed Concourse A on December 20, 2011.
Rachel Lippmann St. Louis Public Radio

Just in time for the holiday travel season, contractors at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport have finished their work on Concourse A.

The projects - part of a $70 million overhaul of Terminal 1 - include new ceilings, flooring and carpet, and completely new bathrooms.

Also included? Two new pieces of public art, which airport director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge says are the first new pieces since the mural of black aviation was completed nearly 20 years ago.

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Lambert Airport renovation
5:16 pm
Fri July 15, 2011

More renovation at Lambert Airport

Passengers line up to move through security in Lambert's Terminal 1.
St. Louis Public Radio photo

Travelers using Lambert Airport will see some new renovation disruptions beginning next week.

Airport officials say a major phase of its renovation plan will impact Concourse B and Concourse D checkpoint areas, meaning detours for arriving and departing passengers. Construction walls will be erected around the checkpoint throughout the final two weeks of July, as well as in the atrium above in the ticketing area.

You can see the latest updates to the airport's renovation plan here.