A rendering shows field-level seating at St. Louis City SC’s stadium, set to open in 2023. (Courtesy St. Louis City SC) Flexibility in design creates an MLS stadium where fans can feel safe Pitch-level loge boxes, upper-level terraces with city views and a two-concourse building are among the newest design features for St. Louis City SC’s new MLS stadium, which opens in the spring of 2023. Project officials discussed those elements in a video conference call Wednesday with media outlets in which new renderings of the $400 million stadium were released for public consumption. The pandemic has affected multiple MLS stadium developments, including St. Louis, an expansion team that pushed its inaugural season back one year. St. Louis City SC was originally set to begin play in 2022. In downtown St. Louis, the initial stadium design, first sketched out one year ago, carries flexibility, extending from traffic flow into and… Continue Reading Pre-Pandemic Plans Pay Off in St. Louis

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