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BEVO MILL, DUTCHTOWN, & CARONDELET
Three neighborhoods historically founded by Bosnian, Croatian, and German migrants to St. Louis, the Bevo Mills, Dutchtown, & Carondelet neighborhoods are home to the largest Bosnian population outside of Europe. Since the nineties, these three neighborhoods have seen a revitalization and growth through small businesses and stimulation of the economy through the realestate industry.
SHAW, BOTANICAL HEIGHTS, TIFFANY, THE GATE DISTRICT, & FOREST PARK SOUTH
Known for it's architecture, entertainment industry, and historical institutions such as the Missouri Botanical Gardens, Saint Margaret of Scotland Catholic Parish, and it's Certified Historical Districts, these five neighborhoods compose a home for a diverse population in an area that was once a series of common fields laid out by French Settlers to St. Louis.
LaFAYETTE SQUARE, McKINLEY HEIGHTS, & FOX PARK
LaFayette Square, McKinley Heights, and Fox Park were once areas dedicated to pastures for village livestock. Now, however, in these neighborhoods can found the City's oldest park, one of St. Louis top 10 neighborhoods for young metropolitan adults, the distinctive St. Francis De Sales Catholic Church, and the number one Junior High School in the St. Louis city region.
HOLLY HILLS & BOULEVARD HEIGHTS
Holly Hills is a neighborhood located in South St. Louis, Missouri, near the intersection of I-55 and Loughborough Avenue. The neighborhood is defined by Bates and Walsh on the Northeast, Holly Hills on the Southwest, Morganford St on the Northwest and Grand Boulevard on the Southeast. It is surrounded by Carondelet Park and the Boulevard Heights.
SOULARD, BENTON PARK, BENTON PARK WEST, & LaSALLE PARK
These "Old Frenchtown" neighborhoods are home to the Soulard Farmer's Market, the largest Farmer's Market west of the Mississippi, Civil War era Victorian and Federalist architecture, a thriving Blues and Jazz music culture, and historic St. Louis breweries. Soulard and Benton Park are two of the most notable scenes for nightlife in the City of St. Louis
ST. LOUIS HILLS, SOUTHAMPTON, & PRINCETON HEIGHTS
Since the 1930's St. Louis Hills, South Hampton, and Princeton Heights have been known primarily for their unique and historically significant architecture, the quaint quality of the neo-tudor, brick and stone residents, and the opportunity for "country living in the city" they was marketed for since thier earliestt development.
TOWER GROVE SOUTH
Formerly known as Oak Hill, Tower Grove South was built following the extension of streetcar lines from downtown St. Louis. The Grand Boulevard District of Tower Grove South has seen a revitalization with substantial investments in new resturants, bars, retail, and neighborhood grocery stores specializing in natural and locally grown foods.
CENTRAL WEST END, DeBALIVIERE PLACE, & SKINKER DeBALIVIERE
Former home to Tennessee Williams, T.S. Eliot, and William S. Burrough's, the Central West End has taken on an industrious and modern living mecca with a diverse population and bustling city life.
COMPTON HEIGHTS & TOWER GROVE EAST
In the shadow of the great water tower of Reservoir Park lies tow of the earliest planned residential developments of the American nineteenth century. Curbing streets make for beautiful views of the more than 200 homes that make up Compton Heights and the thriving culture of community in Tower Grove East's community gardens, popular nightlife, and annual festivals.
LINDENWOOD PARK, NORTH HAMPTON, & SOUTHWEST GARDEN
These neighborhods, like most South St. Louis neighborhoods, are well-maintained, composed of well-constructed brick housing stock that exemplifies the quality craftsmanship for which St. Louis is renowned. The neighborhoods are primarily composed of architecturally interesting brick and stone housing built from the 1930s to the 1950s. With one the highest average living age of the city neighborhoods, Lindenwood Park especially, continues to be a highly attractive, high demand area to live in the City.
THE HILL, DOGTOWN, & CLIFTON HEIGHTS
The Hill is a long-established Italian-American neighborhood with family-owned delis, sandwich shops and bakeries on Marconi Avenue, and trattorias, pizzerias and upscale Italian eateries dotting the streets around Shaw and Wilson avenues. The “Italian Immigrants” statue stands outside St. Ambrose Catholic Church, and locals gather to play bocce at Milo’s Bocce Garden and in neighborhood parks.
DOWNTOWN, DOWNTOWN WEST, & MIDTOWN
Downtown is known for the retro-style Busch Stadium ballpark and the Gateway Arch, an iconic city symbol soaring over the Mississippi shore. The downtown is the site of many corporate headquarters, including Stifel Financial Corp., HOK, Spire Inc., and a host of other companies.