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Ikea a Boost to Central Corridor

Posted on July 21, 2014, by

More than a cooler place to buy inexpensive furniture, Ikea’s new location in the Central West End will mean a huge economic boost to the area. The central corridor between Forest Park and SLU is the center of rapid development thanks to tax incentives and a huge investment from the Cortex project. But a big  Continue Reading »

Lucky to Live in St. Louis

Posted on July 15, 2014, by

If you already live in St. Louis, you already know why we’re lucky to be here. If you’re moving from another city, it might take a while to see what exactly is so great about it. Most people though—especially those with families—come to love living in St. Louis. Beyond a good location, great neighborhoods, lots  Continue Reading »

Millennials Moving Out

Posted on June 27, 2014, by

Almost everyone in America felt the effects of the most recent recession in some way, but it was particularly harsh on young adults. Recent high school and college graduates who would have easily been able to find a job just a year or two before were suddenly stuck with no job prospects, no experience, and  Continue Reading »

Even if Houses are Hot Right Now, an Apartment May Still Be the Way to Go

Posted on June 19, 2014, by

According to a BMO Harris Bank report, 68 percent of Missouri residents ages 18 to 34 are planning to buy a home within the next five years. Also, among Missourians ages 35 to 54, 45 percent plan to buy in the next five years, and 27 percent of those 55 and older are planning to  Continue Reading »

Cortex is Driving Innovation in St. Louis

Posted on June 16, 2014, by

Whether you agree with the Brookings Institution’s report about successful recipes for urban innovation districts or whether you think the RFT was right in saying that our own inferiority complex also helps, the fact is that Cortex is driving innovation and growth in St. Louis. Started in 2002, Cortex is a multi-billion dollar development in  Continue Reading »

Should I Buy or Rent?

Posted on May 29, 2014, by

One of the most difficult housing decisions any of us face is whether we should buy or rent. This question has always been a complicated one which involves many different variables and assumptions, but the math has become almost intimidating during the last decade. Since the housing bubble and the following crash last decade, the  Continue Reading »

Facebook Contest: Terms and Conditions

Posted on May 19, 2014, by

The promoter is: Philip H. Barron Realty Co. whose registered office is at 736 Demun Avenue, Clayton, MO 63105. Employees of Philip H. Barron Realty Co. or their family members or anyone else connected in any way with the competition or helping to set up the competition shall not be permitted to enter the competition.  Continue Reading »

St. Louis’ Forest Park Flourishes in Summer

Posted on April 30, 2014, by

Forest Park is one of the best places to be in St. Louis at any time of the year, but summer is particularly special. There is such a constant buzz of activity that it’s hard not to be energized. If you usually head to Forest Park for a jog or bike ride, it’s sometimes easy  Continue Reading »

New Large Music Festival Promises to be a Huge Yearly Attraction

Posted on April 15, 2014, by

Starting next year, large music festivals will have a yearly home at the Arch. A new deal between the City of St. Louis and Los Angeles­ based talent firm ICM was just passed by the St. Louis Board of Aldermen, giving ICM access to the Arch grounds each Memorial Day and Labor Day weekend for  Continue Reading »

Living on Lindell

Posted on March 31, 2014, by

Living on Lindell Blvd puts you right at the heart of the Central West End. The CWE is St. Louis’ finest example of cosmopolitan living with miles of pedestrian-friendly streets, charming architecture, and unlimited possibilities for fun and relaxation. Living at our Lindell properties places you just minutes from the fine arts district which features  Continue Reading »