More upgrades are on the way at Scottrade Center, as the St. Louis Blues have announced plans for the next phase of an ongoing renovation.
The Blues have been working to improve the Scottrade Center, starting with a phase of renovations that took place prior to the 2017-18 season. That round of construction led to several changes at the arena, including a new videoboard, LED lighting, a new sound system, theatre boxes, updated restrooms, and improvements to the locker rooms.
Once the team’s current season ends, the Blues will start the next round of the Scottrade Center renovation. In this phase, the team will replace every seat in the arena’s mezzanine level, add new gathering spaces and clubs, and make changes to food and beverage offerings. More from KMOV:
“It will be significant,” Blues President and CEO Chris Zimmerman said. “The concourse will be redone. We’ll continue to bring in new St. Louis food options. This is the summer where you will really say ‘this is a new building now.”
Some of the new food options include local favorites such as SugarFire BBQ, Hi-Pointe Drive-In, Byrd & Barrel and Lion’s Choice.
Club Seat and Glass Seat holders will get access to exclusive new clubs: The Rinkside Club and Pub ‘67.
These upgrades are expected to be in place in time for the 2018-19 NHL season.
Rendering courtesy St. Louis Blues.