Downtown Sioux City

Downtown is the main business district.  It extends from the Riverfront up to about 8th Street, and is flanked by the West Side and by Floyd Boulevard.  Many buildings of architectural and historical interest are located here, perhaps most notably the Woodbury County Courthouse.  The Courthouse is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a National Historic Landmark.  

Also located downtown is the Orpheum Theater, originally designed by the Chicago architects Rapp and Rapp, and built in 1927.  The Orpheum was renovated in 2001 and has since hosted Broadway shows, international musical performs, and on special occasions, the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra.

The Tyson Events Center is located near the riverfront, and is a 10,000 seat venue for conventions, entertainment, and sports events; it is the home of the Sioux city Musketeers, a team affiliated with the United States Hockey League - an amateur hockey league.

Hard Rock Hotel Casino recently opened in the Sioux City Downtown area. It is a fully-integrated gaming resort, hotel, restaurants in the historic Battery Building. 

Historic Fourth Street (also called "Lower Fourth Street") is a district on the east side of the main downtown area that is enjoying a renaissance.  It is home to many of the older commercial buildings in the city, many of them designed in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, and of considerable architectural importance.  

The Stockyards is an historically important district located along the original lower Floyd River Channel. Formerly one of the largest livestock trading facilities in the world, the Sioux City Stockyards was also home to large meatpacking plants (or "packing houses"), including Armour and Company and Swift and Company, who employed a significant number of residents.  Following the closure of most of the meatpacking plants, and of the livestock yards themselves, the area became inactive, with only a few small businesses remaining.  However, recently a very large retail lumber and home improvement center opened here, possibly a harbinger of economic revitalization for the district.  

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