by Michael R. Allen
News about the conversion of St. Louis Centre into a parking garage for the “convenience” of tenants of One City Center brought to mind a page from the brochure published by the developers of Ambassador Building when the building opened in 1926. An entire page is devoted to the “convenient parking” near this building, although the definition of “convenient” allows for parking facilities over eight blocks away.
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