We’re Expanding! The ‘Mac-12’ in St. Louis

With the addition of our new properties, we now own and manage 12 different locations in the Central West End, Clayton/DeMun and DeBalivere Neighborhoods! For curious readers, here’s the list of the ‘Mac-12’. 

Apartments in St. Louis

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Parc Frontenac

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40 N. Kingshighway Blvd.

Built in 1953, with 215 apartments

Parc Frontenac was finished in 1956. It was designed by Sylvan and Robert Bien, a father and son firm. Sylvan Bien immigrated from Austria in the mid 1910’s and assisted in the Panama Pacific Exposition (at the 1915 San Francisco World’s Fair). He designed the Carlyle and Beverly Hotels in New York City, as well as the Grolier Building and many other notable modernist buildings in New York. His son Robert graduated from Cornell with a degree in architecture and assisted with designing several of the buildings their firm was known for. He went on to be a famous architect in his own right, and was noted for his use of white-glazed brick popular in the 1950’s and 1960’s, as well as creative designs to create space in luxury apartments.

Key Feature: Rooftop Sky Terrace with 360 views of Forest Park and the City

 

Montclair on the Park

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18 S. Kingshighway Blvd.

Built in 1952 with 223 apartments

Key Feature: State of the Art, brand new lobby and amenities

The Dorchester

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665 S. Skinker Blvd.

Built in 1962 with 203 apartments

The Dorchester was completed in 1962. It was designed by Robert Elkington, working with the firm S.J. Kessler and Sons. S.J. Kessler was famous for urban renewal projects in Harlem and Greenwich Village. Robert Elkington was born in 1915, and immigrated to the United States as a young child. He grew up here in St. Louis, and attended the Washington University School of Architecture. He lived and worked in the St. Louis area his whole life. He designed many notable buildings in St. Louis, such as the Schniethorst Hofamberg Inn and B’rith Sholom Kneseth Israel Synagogue, as well as many private homes. He is famous for his modernist aesthetic and has a collection in the Missouri History Museum archives. The home that he designed for himself and his wife Maxine in 1949 was featured in St. Louis Magazine last year. Here is a link: https://www.stlmag.com/home/galleries/midcentury-marvelous/#prev

Key Feature: 23 stories high and private balconies with views all the way to the Arch

Kingsbury

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501 and 525 Clara Ave.

Built in 1908 with 53 apartments

Key Feature: Historic Building in St. Louis with original stone balconies

Georgian Court

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5660 Kingsbury Ave.

Built in 1916 with 66 apartments

Key Feature: Beautiful large, grass Courtyard space

Vandy House

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3902-3906 Lindell Blvd.

Built in 1908 with 30 apartments

Key Feature: Brand new renovations, open floor plans, tall ceilings, gorgeous kitchens

Melrose Apartments

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4065 W Pine Blvd. / 210-218 N Sarah St

Built in: 1907 with 30 apartments

Key Feature: Remote controlled ceiling fans and beautiful fenced outdoor green space

 

 

Argyle

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2-10 Maryland Plaza

Built in: 1953 with 14 apartments

Key Feature: Located above the 24-Hour Coffee Cartel

 

Landesman

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322-330 North Euclid St

Built in: 1953 with 15 apartments

Key Feature: Located in the building with Wolfgang’s Petstop

McPherson

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4701 McPherson Avenue

Built in: 1903 with 3 apartments

Key Feature: Located above Vino Wine Gallery

Terrace

Terrace

325-329 North Euclid St

Built in: 1901 with 6 apartments

Key Feature: Located above Lebanon restaurant

Gerhardt

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300-318 N Euclid Ave, 3895, 4641-65 Maryland Ave

Built in: 1896 with 17 apartments

Key Feature: Located above Sub Zero, Brennan’s, Culpeppers

What do they all have in common? Walkability.

 

One Hundred

…and don’t forget, we are continuing to grow! Learn more about the ‘One Hundred’ building
coming to the Central West End in 2019. Click here for the full story.

At 385 feet, the mostly glass St. Louis building overlooking Forest Park at 100 North Kingshighway
is set to be 75 feet taller than the Chase Park Plaza just to the north and 55 feet taller than the Park
East Tower two blocks away. It also will be 65 feet taller than the apartment building planned for
Ballpark Village downtown, according to Emporis, a building information firm in Hamburg, Germany.

 

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