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walk around St. Louis Ballpark Village
601 Clark Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri
July 22, 2017

entrance sign to Ballpark Village

Lee Duquette bu the Ballpark Village sign

Saint Louis Ballpark Village (BPV) is a dining and entertainment district adjacent to Busch Stadium where the St. Louis Cardinals play in downtown St. Louis, Missouri, occupying the site of the previous Busch Stadium. Situated on the 200 and 300 blocks of Clark Street across from Busch Stadium, the $100 million first phase of Ballpark Village consists of 150,000 square feet of retail shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and 720 parking spaces. As BPV's name and locale suggest, it is designed to be an extension of Busch Stadium and an innovative approach to creating a neighborhood and vitalize downtown St. Louis' economic potential. The project offers over 200+ events annually instead of only the 81 days of Cardinals home games, making the region more of a focal point in the Midwest, and enhance the ballpark goers' experience.

Cardinals babseball flags
St. Louis Ballpark Village sign
Busch Stadium Cardinals Nation sign
baseball player Schoendienst statue baseball player Schoendienst statue Slaughter statue
baseball player Schoendienst statue Smith statue baseball player Musial statue
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baseball player Hornsby statue baseball player Dean statue

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