Easily one of the largest and tallest of downtown’s historic core, the Syndicate Trust is one of my favorite buildings in the city. Restored several years ago, it looks ready for another one hundred years.
I walked around downtown and took some pictures as sunlight reflected off of the windows of buildings onto their neighbors. It creates an interesting effect.
Seriously, could they have made this sign any more ugly on the side of an historic St. Louis landmark?
The Syndicate Trust, now completely renovated into condos on the upper floors and apartments on the lower floors, boasts two courtyards that bring light into the interior of the building. Sadly, the Century Building, the Syndicate’s conjoined neighbor, could have… Continue Reading
The Old Post Office Square in downtown St. Louis was remarkable for its near perfect state of preservation on three of its four sides. So the logical action for St. Louis to take would be to destroy one of those… Continue Reading