Streets of St. Charles has established itself as the place to live and work in metro St. Louis. With bustling activity, active nightlife and a dynamic tenant mix, Streets of St. Charles is an exciting and convenient place to shop, dine, live and work. It includes over one million square feet of space in a convenient and distinctive environment unlike anything in the greater St. Louis-metropolitan area.
Streets of St. Charles is proud to boast national tenant names such as AMC Theatre, Bar Louie, First Watch the Daytime Café and P.F. Chang’s among others. Streets of St. Charles is also home to the area’s first Tru by Hilton Hotel, Tucanos Brazilian Grill and Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, all of which chose Streets of St. Charles for their first locations in Missouri. Dining options such as Prasino, Wasabi Sushi Bar, Narwhals Crafted, Five Guys Burgers & Fries and U-Swirl are also popular among visitors to Streets.
Just as important as having a strong national tenant base, locally-owned small businesses are the lifeblood to any community, and Streets of St. Charles is no exception. Locally-owned and operated boutiques and shops, such as Olivino, MOD, Yoga Six, Think Pink Nail Salon and Massage Luxe provide an eclectic mix of soft goods and services that keep patrons coming back for more.
The Drury Plaza Hotel has 180 rooms, along with an upscale environment with enhanced meeting space. The Drury Plaza Hotel offers two-room suites and deluxe guest rooms. The newly opened Tru by Hilton Hotel has 87 guest rooms and caters to a millennial and cross-generational audience, with modern, efficiently designed guest rooms, and cross-functional public spaces with areas for working, socializing and dining.
The Residences offers premier luxury apartment living at the 309-unit complex located above street level retail at the Streets of St. Charles, and there’s always something happening at Streets! Complementing the fantastic mix of tenants are year-round events to draw crowds to the center throughout the year.
The St. Charles Trolley connects Streets of St. Charles to Historic Main Street and the Convention Center, as well as several other hotel and tourist stops throughout the city to facilitate getting visitors to and from the center.