Looking across North Florissant Avenue into the St. Louis Place neighborhood, we see the apse of the old St. Liborius, which we probably shouldn’t be able to do if it weren’t for the demolition of so many of the buildings between here and there.
Below, we can see again how the street grid of Old North ends and St. Louis Place begins, more or less. Apparently that house sits in Shand’s Addition.
Then there’s this building, which is now a fraternal organization, and I feel like I’ve photographed it in the past. It was originally St. Liborius’s Parochial School.
Update: Added Sanborn Map showing that the building above the original school before the later one was added opposite the church.
This building below, which I suspect may have once had a neighbor demolished for the widening of North Florissant, is still sitting in limbo, much like the last time I photographed it in December of 2018.