The St. Louis Cardinals and The Cordish Companies today announced that Jamba Juice, The Fudgery and Majestic Athletic will be opening shop in Ballpark Village.
See the layout of all 4 levels of Ballpark Village.
The grand opening of Ballpark Village includes more than a week’s worth of activities.
Divided into an upper and lower deck, the AT&T Rooftop accommodates more than 336 fans and includes accessible seating.
A schedule of events including free concerts, fireworks, and grand openings celebrate the dedication of Ballpark Village.
The tenants include Ted Drewes, the Drunken Fish restaurant and Howl at the Moon, a nightclub.
Development Director Chase Martin says phase one of the project is smaller due to the economy and market demand but once it opens it will demonstrate success to those on the sidelines.
The St. Louis Cardinals and the Cordish Companies are celebrating the completion of the $100 million first phase of Ballpark Village.
Missy Kelley with the Partnership for Downtown says over 90 percent of downtown is occupied with 500 new residents moving in each year.
The newest tenant announced for Ballpark Village: Professional Bull Riders St. Louis: A Cowboy Bar.