Built in 1911, this ornate and stunning Greek Revival building was originally home to the Third Church of Christ Scientist. Six soaring columns along with detailed stone and brick work and arched stained glass windows set it apart as one of the most impressive structures in Compton Heights. Most recently, the building was home to the Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum before it unfortunately suffered a fire in March of 2019. Most of the original damage was to the roof and rear 2nd level of the building. The roof has not been rebuilt. With 3 floors and nearly 14,000sf, this architectural gem is ready to be returned to its former glory. Some original historic features still remain. Some stained glass windows were removed and stored. Take advantage of conditionally approved federal tax credits. Proposed floor plans to convert the building into 20 residential apartments are available. Zoned D; multiple family residential.
Lot & Building Features
Lot Dimensions100'x225' ft
Price History of 3524 Russell Boulevard, St Louis, MO
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