Further down the street, the mix of various early Twentieth Century styles prevail. Houses sit on the east-west streets, and traffic is funneled down the north-south streets.
Princeton Heights is tucked in between Kingshighway and Hampton, with houses dating to the first decades of the Twentieth Century to the 1960s. It is sited on rolling hills, and feels like a million miles away from downtown, even though… Continue Reading
The Parkshire Apartments are tucked in between Gravois and Hampton, in between Gatewood Gardens Cemetery and a Schnucks. They continue the long tradition of four-family flats in St. Louis, but they’ve been updated to the 1950s. Their garages are prominent… Continue Reading
The demolition of the old Crestwood Mall, and in particular its Stix, Baer and Fuller store, is accelerating as external evidence has appeared of interior demolition. The parking structure is long gone, and now the pavilion restaurant, once a hallmark… Continue Reading
Continuing the trend of using desirable real estate across from Forest Park, the Dorchester opened in 1961, developed by Tracco Skinker and Compagne.
Built in 1961, this Modernist apartment tower was designed by H. Waldman of Architectural Design Associates, built by Millstone Construction with engineering provided by Arthur Monsey. It is one of two Modernist towers built, bringing major development to an end… Continue Reading
It’s hard to tell what the bozos are doing up in the area marked for eminent domain. Here are s I think both of these houses will be demolished soon. North of St. Louis Avenue, there are still some very… Continue Reading
More about this in the future–do you know where it is?
Midtown has been reimagined several times, first as an extension of the downtown area in the early Twentieth Century, and then again in the 1950s as there seems to be an attempt at keeping the neighborhood relevant. These small Modernist… Continue Reading