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Saturday, May 5, 2007

House Tour & Most Enhanced Celebration

Day 34 of “45 Days in Old North”

As mentioned a few days ago, Landmarks Association of St. Louis will recognize the North Market Place Apartments with one of its prestigious “Most Enhanced” Awards at a ceremony and reception on Monday, May 14. The presentation of this award will follow on the heels of the Old North St. Louis House & Community Tour, next Saturday, May 12. If you want to take a good look at one of the 9 North Market Place buildings that will be highlighted at the Landmarks event, come on out to the ONSL House & Community Tour because the building at 2315-31 N. 14th will be on the tour. One of the occupied apartments will be open for viewing and the community space at the corner (1400 N. Market) will have a full display showing all of the buildings in the development. Above: the building at 2315 N. 14th before rehab.
Above: the building at 2315 N. 14th after the rehab, with the management office for CAMCO visible.

As noted previously, tour tickets can be purchased at the ONSLRG office, at Crown Candy, or online at www.ONSL.org.
Advanced registration for the Landmarks “Most Enhanced” ceremony is available by sending a check for $15 to Landmarks Association, 917 Locust, 7th Floor, St. Louis, MO 63101. The at-door cost is $25 per person.

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