As of today, the big move has begun - and the first commercial tenant at Crown Square is ready to open for business. This coming Wednesday, November 11, Old North St. Louis Restoration Group will switch phone service over from the corner of St. Louis Avenue and N. 14th Street to historically rehabbed space at 2700 N. 14th Street. Although we’re only moving 1 block away, it’s a huge leap for the organization, which, for the first time in its 28-year history, will be operating out of space that reflects the historic rehab we promote and support.
The former Thomas Furniture building, which was previously a Worth’s Department Store, and prior to that, a Kroger grocery store, is one of the 27 buildings that have been fully rehabbed as part of the Crown Square redevelopment of the former 14th Street Pedestrian Mall. Although the street work is still yet to be completed, 2700 N. 14th can be occupied now that water and sewer service have been connected.
Come on by to see us, and grab a box or file cabinet from the old office and walk on down the sidewalk to our back door. Until the street and front sidewalk work is finished, the entrance to our new space will be the back door, off the parking lot just east of 14th Street.
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