They just don’t make warehouses like they used to. Once draped in garments, this famous St. Louis street made the Chicago-style of architecture completely its own when it reinvented itself starting in the 1990s. Many of the early real estate developers’ lofty goals have come to pass. Can you name this street where fashionable garments More»
The Ram’s proposal for the Edward Jones Dome in Downtown St. Louis has finally been revealed to the public. It ...
When it comes to the real estate, you can never build to accommodate everyone’s tastes. But it never hurts to ...
The trend towards living in in a small (as little as 200 square feet), economic and well designed house is ...
Think the St. Louis Zoo is too small and that it doesn’t have enough parking? Apparently the Zoo agrees with ...
You’ve been trying to lease that apartment for weeks and you finally have an appointment for a showing. The prospective tenant shows up ...
Inspired by mid-18th Century Parisian architecture, this historical gem of a building experienced an early 21st century re-birth. Also marked by a post-great Chicago fire of 1871 paranoia, the structure is framed entirely in cast iron down to the doorjambs and window frames. Its decorative details and forward thinking use of light alone merit a visit. More»
When it comes to living in a historic property, there is a lot to like. But one thing that can be notoriously problematic, is the lack of closet space. Built in an era where amoires were commonplace and people simply did not own as many possessions, architects in the early 20th century didn’t often pay much attention More»
This longstanding, fantastical city spot shares its name with a famous city built on water and is famous for its ‘oceans’ of mosaic art. A walk through this joint always reveals some new feast for the eye, and its patio rates high on any summer lover’s bar list. If only artifacts and mosaic art could More»
Wander into this church on a Sunday morning and they just may ask you to come back for the matinee or on a Friday or Saturday night. With a stage literally built for worship, this one of a kind theatre graces one of our city’s many interesting south side neighborhoods. From concerts to family musicals, More»
The recent real estate development most people associate with the far-southern reaches of St. Louis City seems to be the the new River City Casino. While there is no doubt that the casino has brought a lot of attention to that area of South St. Louis City & County, there is actually another large-scale project that is More»
With St. Louis’ new love affair with microbreweries, it is nice to see the far south-side of the City is not being left out of the fun. Since September 2011, Perennial Artisan Ales has been brewing beer in the former Coca-Cola syrup plant at 8125 S Michigan in the Patch Neighborhood (near Carondelet). The redeveloped industrial plant is now More»
One of the most dreaded events in the life of a landlord is when you have to give a tenant the boot. Whether it’s because they don’t pay rent on time, tear up their unit, or cause some other nuisance, bad tenants can turn a profitable rental property into a property management nightmare. Eviction and Cash More»
Getting unwanted tenants out of your apartment units can be one of the most frustrating experiences a landlord can go through. Whether they need to leave in order to rehab the unit or you want them out because they aren’t paying their rent, its not a fun experience. You just want them out as soon More»
Originally started in late-summer 2010, Civil Life Brewing Co. is now officially open for business after about a year of construction. Located in the South St. Louis neighborhood of Tower Grove South, the brewery is owned and operated by the former owner of 33 Wine Shop and Tasting Bar in Lafayette Square, Jake Hafner. The company is currently More»
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