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Photo Flood 59: Lindenwood Park

Photo Flood 59: Lindenwood Park

photo by Sue Rakers Lindenwood Park is a great companion to St. Louis Hills, which is just to its south. Both neighborhoods share that characteristic “suburbs in the city” feel (though Lindenwood Park is certainly more accessible), and both neighborhoods enjoyed the characteristic benefits of having Route 66 snake...

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Photo Flood 58: Tiffany

Photo Flood 58: Tiffany

photo by Lina Walz-Salvador This is the bookend to Botanical Heights of the now infamous redevelopment project north of the Shaw neighborhood. Though a much smaller neighbrohood, Tiffany (named after a streetcar line) possesses one of the city’s most interesting medlies of beautiful older homes and unremarkable newer ones....

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Mini-Flood 51: Cinco de Mayo on Cherokee Street

Mini-Flood 51: Cinco de Mayo on Cherokee Street

photo by Vivian Nieuwsma We’ve been invited back! Last time, we focused on the midday Parade, but this time, the late afternoon revelries were our primary subject. The Cinco de Mayo Festival celebrates Mexican heritage, but also places on display the multiplicity of creative people living, working, and playing...

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Photo Flood 58: Visitation Park

Photo Flood 58: Visitation Park

photo by Jason Gray Continuing our exploration of St. Louis neighborhoods just north of the Delmar Divide, Visitation Park is a late-Victorian Era Historic District with some of the northside’s most stately manses. It is a small neighborhood, like The Ville, and is something of an island in comparison...

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Photo Flood 56: Vandeventer

Photo Flood 56: Vandeventer

photo by Isaac Richardson Continuing our look at some locations in North St. Louis with grand ambitions, the Vandeventer neighborhood is next door to where the street’s namesake sought to invest his considerable fortune into the development of a lavish private place. Unfortunately, greedy money managers, pollution, the death...

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Photo Flood 55: Wells Goodfellow

Photo Flood 55: Wells Goodfellow

photo by Ryan Stanley Wells Goodfellow is a northwest neighborhood that, along with Hamilton Heights, has seen better days. The Wellston Loop is located here, which was once a bustling commuter terminal. The commercial districts that once opened to clamoring shoppers are now mostly shuttered. Still, Wells Goodfellow has...

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Photo Flood 53: Fountain Park

Photo Flood 53: Fountain Park

photo by Jason Gray Just north of the Central West End, Fountain Park is one of the city’s most distinguished residential areas. Originally a subdivision known as Aubert Place, the neighborhood has fallen on hard times over recent years, but hope remains to see it restored to its previous...

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Photo Flood 50: University City

Photo Flood 50: University City

photo by James Palmour Founded in 1906, University City was little more than farm land and a trolley turn-around before publisher, Edward Lewis purchased 85 acres for his planned community. Though the era of publishing has ended for U City (mostly), the area has morphed into one of St....

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Photo Flood 49: Midtown

Photo Flood 49: Midtown

photo by Susan Bennet For our return to the Midtown neighborhood (first visit is here), PFSTL will focus on the half that was not covered previously. This portion of Midtown has a much different history, being further removed from Saint Louis University, and includes the central area of the...

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Photo Flood 48: Hi-Pointe/Wydown Skinker

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photograph by Lina Walz-Salvador Photo Flood 48 marks the first time that the PFSTL has explored more than one neighborhood. And what great neighborhoods to set the bar! Wydown Skinker and Hi-Pointe, though right next door to one another, are very different in almost every way. One features row...

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