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City Hall’s Old Towers & New Downtown Development

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – City Hall used to have three towers.  In 1936, workers discovered damage and the city had the towers removed.  The mayor at the time wanted to have them rebuilt, but with the Depression, then World War II, they were never constructed and citizens forgot about them.

John Pertzborn take a trip up to the attic to see what’s left.

Randi also talks with Maggie Campbell, with the Partnership for Downtown St. Louis, about Downtown development, including Union Station, the MX, Roberts Tower, Cupples 9, the new Mississippi River Bridge, Food Roof, French Language School, T-Rex and the SLU Law School.

Find out more: http://www.downtownstl.org/Homepage.aspx