Family friendly fun-house with activities for all age groups. Built in an old factory, the St. Louis City Museum is less like a museum and more like a playground, which adults can enjoy as well. With a three-story slide, arts and crafts for young ones, and tunnels you could explore for days, it’s always a fun time at the City Museum.
St. Louis’ Arch is considered “The Gateway to the West.” Located just a mile away, you can visit the Arch grounds and river front whenever you want. Have a picnic in the park, or take the ride to the top of the Arch to see the St. Louis skyline. If you’ve never been to the Arch, then you’re no St. Louisan.
Conveniently located right across the street is a dog park where you can take your dog to help them get their exercise as well as do their business. The only rule is that you clean up after your pet which we make even easier by providing disposal bags.
Do you like to kickstart your day with a delicious and healthy breakfast? When you live in Park Pacific you can start your day off right with Smoothie King located at the bottom of the building! Smoothie King mixes various nutrients and proteins together with fresh fruits and veggies to help you live your healthiest and happiest life!
Better pizza for better living. Imagine living in luxury at Park Pacific…what are you eating? A delicious pizza made from better ingredients at Papa John’s! Luckily that daydream can be a reality, when you live in Park Pacific you can get a delicious pizza from Papa John’s for delivery, carry out, or dine in whenever you like because it is located conveniently in your building!
Park Pacific is the proud home of Art Saint Louis, celebrated nonprofit organization championing the work of St. Louis regional visual artists for over thirty years. Located on the Pine Street side of the building, the Art Saint Louis gallery presents an ever-changing series of competition-based exhibitions of contemporary artworks by St. Louis regional artist, as well as one downtown’s finest craft coffee and espresso bars. Modern furniture, industrial finishes and exceptional art and coffee all make for a unique cultural outlet for Park Pacific residents and visitors alike.