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Monday, May 3, 2010

More Scenes from Most Enhanced Award-Winning Crown Square

Yesterday we announced that Crown Square would be receiving a “Most Enhanced Award” from Landmarks Association and used the occasion to put the spotlight on some of the before and after shots of a sampling of the project’s 27 buildings that have been brought back to life after years of abandonment.  Now, time for some views of other historically rehabbed buildings at Crown Square:

2607 N. 14th Street in 2004.

2607 N. 14th Street in 2004.

2607-09 N. 14th Street earlier today.

2607-09 N. 14th Street earlier today.

2711 N. 14th Street in 2004.

2711 N. 14th Street in 2004.

2711 N. 14th Street earlier today.

2711 N. 14th Street earlier today.

2712 N. 14th Street in 2008.

2712 N. 14th Street in 2008.

2712 N. 14th Street in March of this year.

2712 N. 14th Street in March of this year.

2717 N. 14th Street in 2004.

2717 N. 14th Street in 2004.

2717 N. 14th Street in March on the way to its new life as home to a new fashion boutique called Therapy.

2717 N. 14th Street in March on the way to its new life as home to a new fashion boutique called Therapy.

For more details on how you can see these buildings at this coming Saturday’s Old North St. Louis House & Community Tour, or to join us for the award celebration on May 14, see yesterday’s post.

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