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|Main||Live/Work Space||For lease: $3,000/mo||6,203 sqft|
Impressive three-story brick row house located in the heart of St. Louis. This property is zoned residential and commercial and is located across... show more »
• Number of Floors: 3
911 N Tucker is alive/work property for lease in Saint Louis, MO. The property currently has 1 live/work space for lease and is marketed by Develop STL- Saint Louis Real Estate.
Impressive three-story brick row house located in the heart of St. Louis. This property is zoned residential and commercial and is located across from the St. Louis Post Dispatch and one block north of Washington Avenue. Easy access to downtown St. Louis, Clayton and St. Louis University. This prestigious building combines original 1840 architectural details with modern craftsmanship features that create a stunning piece of property. The building is a masterpiece of design featuring beautiful marble fireplaces, hard wood flooring throughout, exquisite chandeliers, detailed crown molding, and exposed brick and wood beams that add rustic accents to property. The property is divided with living area on the second and third floors and open areas on the first floor with a layout made for entertaining. To add to the character of the building, an area once used as stables has been creatively transformed into usable entertainment or office space. The property’s masterful design makes it perfect to be used as a law office, art gallery, pub or simply as a residence for someone who desires old world charm coupled with modern luxury. The floor plan would allow for areas for conference rooms, meeting rooms, offices and a reception area. Original historic architecture, exceptional design and modern luxury are uniquely embodied in this property making it a rare find.
The property is the last remaining Saint Louis Federal architecture row-house buildings from its era and has a colorful history. It has been the location of a speakeasy, boarding house and rumored bordello owned by Salvatore “Sam” Domenico.