One of these days I’m actually going to get out of my car and walk the full length of Jefferson from I-44 to Broadway, and document what a wonderful street it is architecturally.
I’ve always been intrigued by the Kutis Funeral Home on Gravois at Arsenal; it’s an odd building architecturally, though certainly perhaps because of its use it needed to be.
I love the streets and alleys of Benton Park West, where there’s so much potential.
I love Gothic architecture, and there’s plenty of it in the city. The legacy of the Lutheran church continues in the still open Holy Cross and the now closed St. Matthew’s.
There are a lot of beautiful houses in Dutchtown, such as the well-kept one above. Below, I low this little detail of what was once a storefront, but apparently they also included an arched doorway through the front. I’m not… Continue Reading
I love the varied different types of housing in Dutchtown; while the neighborhood was first built in the first decades of the Twentieth Century, it has styles reaching all the way to the present day. Four family flats abound, but… Continue Reading
I’m concerned about the future of Dutchtown; it has been wracked with some of the worst violence in the city this last year, and it is also the most dense neighborhood in the city. I’ve often said, so goes Dutchtown,… Continue Reading