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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Landmarks Association's 2007 Eleven Most Endangered Buildings List

The Landmarks Association of St. Louis has announced its 2007 Eleven Most Endangered Buildings List. Selected by a committee, the list highlights buildings in the city of St. Louis in desperate need of intervention. While not conclusive, the list is a bellwether of current preservation battles -- and can be sadly accurate at predicting those buildings that are lost.

This year's list retains several buildings from last year's list:

- Mullanphy Emigrant Home (1609 N.14th Street)
- Mullanphy Tenement (2118 Mullanphy Street)
- Givens Row (2903-7 Delmar Boulevard)
- Bethlehem Lutheran Church (2153 Salisbury)
- James Clemens House (1849 Cass Avenue)
- Carr School (1421 Carr Street)
- Wellston Station (6111 Martin Luther King Drive)

Additions to this year's list are:

- Bohemian Hill Houses (Between Tucker and 13th Street south of Lafayette Avenue)
- Einstmann House (2347 Virginia Avenue)
- Crittenden Livery Stable (3401 Locust Street)

2 comments:

MattHurst said...

hey thanks for the list w/links (a lot of people forget to put them together these days). gives me a good list of places to make an effrto to swing by again.
speaking of which, this blog appears to be on a roll this week

Anonymous said...

Kudos to them for adding the Bohemian Hill Houses. Goodson should be alerted early and often of all the potential opposition he will face.