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History


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History


Built in the 1930s, this historic building was originally constructed as the 138th Infantry of the Missouri National Guard. 

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Unique to Say the Least


Unique to Say the Least


Covering nearly 2.5 acres, the 200,000 SF facility was later used as a sports facility equipped with tennis courts and a 25-meter swimming pool.

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A Grand location


A Grand location


Situated at 3660 Market Street near the Highway 40 and Grand Avenue exit,
it served as home to the 138th Infantry MO National Guard until the 1960s.
 

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A Distinct History


A Distinct History


Before becoming fully vacant in the 1990s, the Armory was graced by some of the best including Arthur Ashe, Jimmy Connors, The Grateful Dead, and Tina Turner.