Riverfront Plans Revealed

1 decade 4 years 4 months ago Thursday, February 09 2006 Feb 9, 2006 Thursday, February 09, 2006 5:47:18 PM CST February 09, 2006 in News
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Danforth Foundation President Peter Sortino outlined a preliminary plan Wednesday, including a three-block connection between downtown and the Arch. Sortino said land for restaurants and other vendors is limited because the grounds belong to the National Park Service. So, the plan calls for several man-made islands in the Mississippi River that could include food and beverage stands. The foundation will name an engineering firm in the next few days. There's no specific cost estimate yet.

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