City official hopes developers will take a look at the St. Louis Millennium Hotel

You Paid For It
This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

ST. LOUIS – The You Paid For It team is taking a look at the vacant downtown St. Louis Millennium Hotel.

The hotel featured a revolving restaurant at the top that gave you a 360-degree look at the city.

Built-in 1968, it shut down in 2014.

City Development officials say they’re still hoping a developer will come in and do something with the site. Right now, they’re not sure how quickly that could happen.

The Millennium Hotel has produced a lot of memories for St. Louisians over the time it operated.

A lot of residents told Investigator Elliott Davis they’re surprised nothing has been done with the property it in all this time.

The St. Louis Development Director Otis Williams says one good thing is that the new owners have kept up the property which will make it less costly for someone wanting to do something with the old hotel.

We contacted the representative for the owners. They didn’t want to be a part of the story.

FOX 2 Newsletters

Sign up for a newsletter from FOX 2 to get updates about news and weather. We offer daily headlines, breaking news, severe weather, and forecast emails.

Contact You Paid For It

Do you have a news tip for Elliott Davis? His "You Paid For It Series" on government waste has made him a champion of the underdog in St. Louis. Email our investigative unit here.


Latest News

More News