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Downtown St. Louis is the most diverse, vibrant, culturally and architecturally rich neighborhood in the region. Experience a truly walkable neighborhood, explore the architecture, and take a stroll to a national monument. All that and more is what make downtown living unique and the fastest growing neighborhood in the region.

View currently available residential buildings in Downtown St. Louis below.

2020 Lofts

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2020 Washington Ave. St. Louis, Missouri 63103

The former Sporting News Building at 2020 Washington Avenue, with eight-stories and 150,000 square feet

Adler Lofts

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2034 Lucas Ave. St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-225-8007

The former Adler Picture and Frame Co. building, built in 1919, with 5-stories and 47,600

Alexander Lofts

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1121 Locust St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-283-0572

The former Spool Thread building, built in 1906, with 5 stories and 26,000 square feet

Annex Lofts

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1511 Locust St. Louis, Missouri 63101

The former Ely & Walker Dry Goods storage building, built in 1919, with 8-stories and

ArtLoft

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1531 Washington St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-436-6545

The former Francis building, built in 1927, with 10-stories and 132,000 square feet was redeveloped

Ballpark Lofts #8

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1000 Spruce Street St. Louis, Missouri 63102
314-504-3796

Don’t miss this special opportunity to be neighbors with Busch Stadium.

Bankers Lofts

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901 Washington St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-534-4600

A building originally built as a dry-goods store and warehouse, it has been used by

Bee Hat Lofts

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1021 Washington St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-371-0035

The historic Bee Hat Building, built in 1905, with seven-stories and 63,000 total square feet

Cambridge Heights

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1435 N 8th Street St. Louis, Missouri
314-421-1160

New Construction of a HOPE VI project that will include 223 mixed-income townhomes and garden

Carr Square Village Apts.

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1521 Carr Ave. St. Louis, Missouri
314-421-4183

Carr Square Village Apartments were built in 1943 in townhome and garden style.

City Museum Lofts

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701 North 15th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-231-2423

The former International Shoe Company headquarters building, built in 1930, with 10-stories and 620,000 square

Cityside Apartments

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1115 Carr Street St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-241-6806

Embrace the excitement of downtown living within the comforts of a community setting. Cityside is

CityView Apartments

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110 N. 17th St. St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-588-1177

CityView is a high-rise apartment community in the center of downtown St. Louis offering new

Columbus Square – Townhomes

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Biddle St. and 11th St. St. Louis, Missouri

Courtyards at Cityside

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1115 Carr St St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314.231.6806

Cityside offers over 300 garden-style apartment homes ranging from 1 to 2 bedrooms. Located on

Cupples Station Loft Apartments

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1023 Spruce Street St. Louis, Missouri 63102
314-241-1225

A former Cupples warehouse building, built in 1900, with 7-stories and 153,000 square feet was

Denim Lofts

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1308 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-265-5011

Redevelopment of a seven-story, 53,000-square-foot building, built in 1907, into 24 loft condos and 5,500

Dorsa Lofts, The

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1015 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-446-2900

The former Dorsa Fashions, built in 1899, and designed by Eames & Young.  Redevelopment will

Downtowner Apartments

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1133 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-241-6999

Former Days Inn building, built in 1963, with 7-stories and 95,000 square feet was renovated

East Bank Lofts

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1511 Washington St. Louis, Missouri
314-588-9992

The former East Bank Building, built in 1909, with 7-stories and 52,000 square feet was

Edge Lofts

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715 North 21st Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-776-6000

The former True China Company building, built in 1920, with 5-stories and 69,000 square feet

Edison Condominiums

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400 S. 14th St. Louis, Missouri

The former distribution center for the JC Penny Company was built in 1928, with 13-stories

Elder Shirt Lofts

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703 North 13th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103

A former garment manufacturing building, built in 1906, with 5-stories and 99,000 square feet was

Ely Walker Lofts, The

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1520 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-436-7451

The former Ely & Walker Dry Goods building, built in 1907, with 7-stories and 320,000

Fashion Square Lofts

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1307 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-621-9292

The former Aristocrat building, built in 1926, with 11-stories and 193,000 square feet was redeveloped

Franklin School Apartments

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814 North 19th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63106
314-225-8007

The former Franklin School, built in 1909, with 4-stories and 86,000 square feet is being

Fulton Bag Lofts

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612 South 7th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63102
314-432-8668

Originally a Fulton Burlap Bag plant in the 1890’s this four story building, located just

Gallery 400 Luxury Apartments

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400 Washington Ave. St. Louis, Missouri 63102
314-241-5870

Gallery 400 is located right at the intersection of 4th and Washington Avenue.

Garment Row Lofts

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1312 Washington St. Louis, Missouri

A former warehouse building, built in 1913, with 7-stories and 26,000 square feet was redeveloped

Gentry’s Landing

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400 North 4th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63102
314-231-5444

Gentry’s Landing is a 28 story high-rise apartment building built in 1965 with views of

Grace Lofts

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1324 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-588-1170

The former Lesan-Gould Company building, built in 1907, with 8-stories and 60,000 square feet was

King Bee Lofts

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1709 Washington St. Louis, Missouri
314-436-9000

The 100-year old King Bee Building has been converted into 24 residential units. The ground

Knickerbocker Lofts

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507 North 13th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-454-0800

Designed by architects Eames & Young in 1899 and built at the behest of Robert

Lacassian Lofts

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2200 Locust Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-610-0363

Named in recognition of Lacassian Laboratories, the perfume maker that occupied the building in 1916

Laurel

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622 North 7th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-707-4071

The former 11-story Dillard’s building built in 1907, with 597,000 square feet will be redeveloped

Leather Trades Artist Lofts

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1600 Locust Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103
(314) 436-6760

The Leather Trades building has rejoined the arts community of St. Louis as LEATHER TRADES

Locust Street Loft Apartments

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416 North 23rd Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-588-9998

Former Elias Hass building, built in 1914, with 6-stories and 93,000 square feet was redeveloped

Lofts @ J. Thompson Square

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1203 St. Charles St. St. Louis, Missouri

Built in 1901 with 7-stories and 53,000 square feet, this building was redeveloped into eight

Lofts@315

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315 North 10th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-241-6700

A former industrial building, built in 1899, with 5 stories and 41,000 was redeveloped into

Louderman Lofts

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317 North 11th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63101

The former office building designed by architects LaBeaume and Klein, built in 1925, with 12-stories

Lucas Lofts

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1123 Washington Ave. St. Louis, Missouri
314-761-1999

The former Cheerful House building, built in 1896, with 7-stories and 189,000 total square feet

Ludwig Lofts

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1006 Olive Street St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-575-9978

Part of old “Music Row” in St. Louis, two adjacent buildings, both built in 1905

Majestic Stove Lofts

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2020 Delmar St. Louis, Missouri
314-621-4050

The former Majestic Manufacturing Company building complex, built between 1895-1901, with 162,000 total square feet

Mansion House

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300 North Fourth Street St. Louis, Missouri 63102
314-241-9700

The Mansion House building, built in 1965, with 28-stories and 336,000 square feet has 416

Marquette, The

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314 North Broadway St. Louis, Missouri 63102
314-242-1312

The Marquette building, built 1914, with 239,000 total square feet was redeveloped into 36 rental

McGowan Lofts

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1222 Lucas Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
(314) 621-1904

McGowan Brothers Development

Merchandise Mart Apartments

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1000 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-436-6800

The former Rice-Stix wholesale dry goods company building, built 1889, with 283,500 total square feet

Meridian, The

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1136 Washington St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-231-1001

The former A.D. Brown building, built in 1898, with 9 stories and 189,000 square feet

Moon Brothers Carriage Lofts

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721 North 17th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103

Renovation of the five-story, 77,000-square-foot Melbourne Building, built in 1885, into 43 loft condos. The

Motor Lofts

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2207 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
636-578-5040

The former Motor Parts Warehouse, built in 1906, with 6-stories and 116,000 square feet was

Neighborhood Gardens

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1204 North 8th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63106
314-655-1005

The Neighborhood Gardens complex of 23 three-story buildings, built in 1935, was redeveloped into 144

Packard Lofts

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2201 Locust Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-504-3796

A former Packard auto dealership, built in 1914, with 4-stories and 66,500 square feet was

Paristyle Lofts

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1517 Washington St. Louis, Missouri

This eight-story building has 9 condominiums with retail space on the ground floor.

Park Pacific

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1226 Olive Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103
1-888-614-7426

Elevate your lifestyle at Park Pacific apartments, the premier luxury apartment community in downtown St.

Paul Brown Loft Apartments

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206 North 9th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-621-1100

The historic Paul Brown building, built 1926, with 16-stories and 276,000 total square feet was

Pointe 400

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400 South 4th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63102
314-241-4005

The former Pet Plaza office building, built in 1969, with 16-stories and 258,000 square feet

Railway Lofts

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1619 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103

The Railway building, built 1910, with 78,000 total square feet and 9 stories was redeveloped

Roberts Galerie & Lofts

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1224 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
866-552-2871

A former warehouse building, built in 1901, with 8-stories and 60,000 square feet will be

Rudman on the Park

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500 North 13th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-231-2005

The historic Rudman building, built in 1901, with 8 stories and 119,000 square feet was

Syndicate, The

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915 Olive Street St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-241-6500

Renovation of the 17 story, 523,000 square feet Syndicate Trust building, built in 1907, into

Terra Cotta Lofts

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1501 Locust Street St. Louis, Missouri 63103
(314) 588 - 7721

The former home of General American Life Insurance Company designed by architect Albert Groves, built

Terrace Lofts

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1300 Convention Plaza St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-621-7800

The former 7-Up headquarter building, built in 1951, with 3-stories and 51,000 square feet was

The Bogen

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1209 Washington St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-287-4007

The Eames and Young-designed building, built in 1903, with 8-stories and 250,000 square feet redeveloped

The Tower at OPOP

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411 North 8th Street St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-621-5443

The new Roberts Tower building is scheduled to open in 2009, with 24-stories and 55

Tober Lofts

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1214 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
(314) 241-4566

The Tober, constructed in 1918, was designed by St. Louis architect Thomas P. Barnett.

Tudor Lofts

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1901-37 Washington Ave. St. Louis, Missouri
314-645-6033

The former showroom for The Wrought Iron Range Company, built in 1915, with 2-stories and

University Lofts

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1627 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-531-3535

The building, built in 1907, with 8 stories and 63,000 square feet was redeveloped into

Vangard Lofts

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1110 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63101
314-588-9992

Former warehouse building, built in 1901, with 8-stories and 118,000 square feet was redeveloped into

Ventana, The

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1635 Washington Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-241-7368

A former warehouse building, built in 1920, with 9-stories and 147,000 square feet redeveloped into

Westgate Lofts

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410 North Jefferson Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
314-517-5050

The former Bertha Hat Company building, built in 1922, with 5-stories and 85,000 square feet

Windows Lofts

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1612 Lucas Avenue St. Louis, Missouri 63103
(314) 436-2200

The former Business Products Center building, built in 1909, with 8-stories and 120,000 square feet