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Former City Hospital Power Plant to Include Rock Climbing Gym, Banquet Hall, Rooftop Dinning

An interesting new concept will open for business next month: Is St. Louis ready for one of the tallest bouldering walls in the nation? Or a banquet facility where attendees can watch rock climbers scale a 55-foot wall? Or a corporate party that includes rock climbing? Ready or not, Climb...
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