Keystone Construction Company has kicked off the next phase of development with The Staenberg Group at The District of St. Louis in Chesterfield, Missouri, with its new $4 million outdoor entertainment space: The Hub.
Slated for completion by Spring 2023, The Hub will serve as the heart of The District, what will soon be St. Louis’s entertainment experience destination. The Hub will further instill the Play. Eat. Rock. mantra of the development as a place where families and friends gather, host events, watch sporting events, movies, live performances and more.
Located in Chesterfield off Interstate-64, The District will a destination in the St. Louis area for live music, retail concepts, food and drink and attractions in one walkable location.
The Hub will offer an outdoor space that includes a pavilion with a large LED screen, a sophisticated sound and lighting system and a stage for performances. The elevated stage and synthetic turf field will be encircled by sit-down restaurants with patios, a brewery and social hall and a beer garden. The developer is The Staenberg Group. The architects are HDA Architects and O’Toole Design Associates.
Keystone previously built two other destinations within The District, Main Event and The Factory. Main Event is a 50,000-square-foot indoor entertainment center that includes 22 lanes of state-of-the-art bowling, laser tag, gravity ropes and hundreds of arcade and virtual reality games. The Factory is an indoor concert venue with capacity for 3,400 people that features movable partitions to create a range of seating configurations. It was the first performance venue to be built from the ground up in the Midwest in more than 20 years.
The next phase of The District development project will include additional retail shops, event spaces, fitness options, beauty services and cigar lounge as well as a 40,000-square-foot pickleball-themed space that features both indoor and outdoor courts, yard games and concession areas.