Euclid Street

Central West End
St. Louis, MO

Submitted by: Keith Belk

This is a rebuilt neighborhood similar to Beacon Hill in Boston, but different in a nicer way.

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Why It Works

This neighborhood was an upscale residential and shopping area in the mid-1960ís. It deteriorated during the 70ís, and the City was going to raze portions. It was rebuilt by a handful of urban pioneers over a 25- to 30-year period.

It has period lighting, some brick streets, a plaza, fine and eclectic restaurants with street dining, shops, and homes. It is a complete neighborhood.

What Makes Euclid Street a Great Place?

It is a very accessible neighborhood that is best enjoyed on foot.

It makes a very good first impression.

All ages and genders are present on the street. There is a lot of street activity, and a lot of use by residents and others who live in the City, as well as some tourists.

The street is very social, and a definite meeting place. Residents always show it off.

Contact Info:

Central West End Business Association: 314-361-2850

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