Missouri Athletic Club Building

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Missouri Athletic Club Building
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The Missouri Athletic Club's downtown clubhouse
Missouri Athletic Club Building is located in Missouri
Missouri Athletic Club Building
Location 405-409 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Missouri
Coordinates 38°37′54″N 90°11′14″W / 38.63167°N 90.18722°W / 38.63167; -90.18722Coordinates: 38°37′54″N 90°11′14″W / 38.63167°N 90.18722°W / 38.63167; -90.18722
Area less than one acre
Architect Ittner, William B.; Brueggemann, George
Architectural style Renaissance
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 07000325[1]
Added to NRHP April 16, 2007

The Missouri Athletic Club Building, also known as the Missouri Athletic Association Building, is a historic building having Renaissance Revival architecture. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.[1]

The building is the headquarters of the Missouri Athletic Club. It is located at 405 Washington Avenue, at the corner of Fourth Street, adjacent to the entrance to the Eads Bridge on the Missouri side. The thirteen-story clubhouse designed by William B. Ittner contains four restaurants, a cigar parlor, a ballroom, a barber shop, numerous private meeting rooms, a reading room, a billiard parlor, a rooftop deck, 80 guest rooms, and full-service athletic facilities.[2] The athletic facilities include weight training, a golf practice room, a pro shop, whirlpools, tanning beds, wet and dry saunas, trainers, pros, a masseuse, squash courts, racquetball courts, and handball courts.[2]

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