Fox Park, the eastern neighbor of Tower Grove East, really just blends into the latter’s edge in the rhombus of land between I-44, Grand, Jefferson and Gravois. Named after the lumber company that once partially occupied the site of the eponymous park on Shenandoah, it preserves housing stock lost to the north in urban redevelopment. A surprising number of attached row houses predominate, particularly on Russell Boulevard, which I greatly enjoy.
But there are still some very interesting streets, lined with some very old houses that have not seen as much rehabbing as the neighborhoods around it.
Update: After the Great Recession ended, rehabbing boomed in the neighborhood.
Due to its close proximity to so many other vibrant neighborhoods, and its incredibly beautiful Nineteenth Century housing stock that may be too expensive for many young buyers in other neighborhoods, I suspect Fox Park will blossom once the economy improves.