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Louis across the recently renovated Mc Kinley Bridge.
According to the 2010 census, the city has a total area of 20.70 square miles (53.6 km Granite City can be divided into eight areas: Downtown, East Granite, West Granite, North Granite, Nameoki Strip, Bellemore Area and the Wilson Park Area.
Most retailers and dining facilities are located on the Nameoki Strip, surrounding Nameoki Road.
The Wilson park area is home to the recently renovated Coolidge Middle School, former Niedringhaus Elementary School, and Granite City High School as well as the city's crown jewel, Wilson Park.
and William Niedringhaus for their Granite ware kitchen supplies factory.
Since 1866, the brothers had been operating the St.
Interstate 270 passes through the northern edge of the city and Interstates 255, 70, 55, and 64 all pass just to the south and east of the city.
Route 3 is a major thoroughfare along the western edge of the city and provides access to downtown St.
In 1967, the Congress of Racial Equality alleged that Granite City was a sundown town.Louis Stamping Company, an iron works company, that made kitchen utensils in St. In the 1870s, William discovered an enamelware process in Europe whereby metal utensils could be coated with enamel to make them lighter and more resistant to oxidation.At the time, most enamelware was usually just one color as the additions of any colors to the process was inefficient.The brothers' pattern made the utensils resemble granite. The brothers opened the Granite Iron Rolling Mills in St. During his one term in the 51st Congress, he successfully urged the passage of a new tariff of 50 percent of value on imported iron and tin. As they planned expansion of their Bessemer process steel works, they were blocked by the city of St. This land extended from the Mississippi River across the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad tracks for their new Granite City. Louis City Engineer, a street grid was laid out with streets listed in alphabetic order plus numbered streets, and the only exception being Niedringhaus Avenue.
Louis to provide tin (imported from Wales) to its prospering kitchen supplies manufacturer. The Niedringhaus family required that its employees live in the town. Unlike Pullman, however, they did not exert major control over the day-to-day lives of their employees and left the government of the city up to the residents.) and employ more than 4,000 people.
The area was settled much earlier than Granite City's official founding.