Downtown general boundaries are defined as Cole St. on the North, to Interstate Highway 70 (I-70) Northward to Carr St. southward to Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd on the East, westward to Chouteau Ave. on the South, northward to Tucker Blvd on the West to Cole St.
Parks in Downtown
Gateway Mall Plaza
A series of downtown parks located along Market Street.
This 1.9 acre park, dedicated in 1962, is a connector of sorts between the Gateway Arch on the Mississippi riverfront and the Gateway Mall, a series of several parks along Market Street in the Downtown and Downtown West Neighborhoods.
The amphitheater takes its name from Morton D. May (1914-1983), a local art collector and heir to May Department stores (Famous-Barr). May donated many, many works of art to the St. Louis Art Museum.
Serra Sculpture Park
The Serra Sculpture Park is one of a series of six parks along Market Street in the Downtown West Neighborhood. Working west from Tucker Boulevard and Market Street you have Poelker Park, Washington Square Park and Kaufmann Park, Memorial Plaza Park, Aloe Plaza and Aloe Plaza West.
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