CAKE # 97: KIENER PLAZA
At 500 Chestnut Street, downtown, right behind the Old Courthouse. The cake was in the planting bed in the middle of the plaza. 254 more words
CAKE # 95: DRURY PLAZA AT THE ARCH
At 2 South 4th Street. The cake was on the corner of Market and 4th.
This Drury Hotel occupies a space created by a historic renovation that joined three old buildings; the International Fur Exchange, Thomas Jefferson Building, and American Zinc Building. 145 more words
This is Kiener Plaza in St. Louis. More significantly, the building in the background is the Old Courthouse, built between 1839 and 1862. The Courthouse is the site where an enslaved husband and wife, Dred and Harriet Scott, sued for their freedom, and Virginia Minor sued for a woman’s right to vote in 1872. 39 more words
ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR) – The plan to redesign Kiener Plaza in Downtown St. Louis is under fire. Relatives of the late Harry Kiener, the man for whom the plaza was named, may even consider legal action. 432 more words
ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – They are ripping trees out of the Arch Grounds and putting a lid over the highway downtown, so why not completely re-do Kiener Plaza? 269 more words