Tower Grove South

Tower Grove South is a diverse area with many new residents calling it home.

Nestled between Tower Grove Park, the vibrant South Grand business district, and the growing Morgan Ford and Gravois business districts, this neighborhood offers a balance of homeowners and renters. You don't need to go much further to find anything you might need, and companies like Local Harvest Cafe and Grocery, Hartford Coffee Cafe, and other small businesses provide their community with fresh, wholesome food and quality products close to home.

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This neighborhood is one of the top 3 most populated neighborhoods in St. Louis.

The area has close to 15,000 people living there according to the 2000 census. It has a great, diverse mix of residents making this neighborhood a true melting pot of both renters and owners, students and families. With an international flavor to the area, Tower Grove South is a happening place.

Their very active neighborhood organization is constantly planning and coordinating ways for this diverse population to mingle and celebrate what is happening in their community. The story of Tower Grove South has recently taken a turn for the better with healthy growth of the neighborhood. In the last 15 years, it has shown the marks of a neighborhood in positive transition.

Housing in Tower Grove South is diverse and typical of the city of St. Louis.

Featuring a broad range of architectural types, the neighborhood showcases stately mansions to modest turn of the century two-family flats, art deco apartment buildings and everything in between. Options to buy or rent are abundant.

Tower Grove South is within easy walking and biking distance to many St. Louis area attractions.

Tower Grove Park, major commercial districts, fabulous architecture and an active neighborhood association are all close to home. Bus stops throughout the neighborhood provide easy access to reach other parts of the city. On the western edge of Kingshighway there are locally owned restaurants, like The Royale, and large national chains like Pet Smart and Home Depot. Walgreens and Schnucks are close by and many car dealers show their inventory along this stretch of the neighborhood. Beginning at Arsenal, two separate business districts run parallel through Tower Grove South: the South Grand Business District and the Morgan Ford Business District, which features restaurants, a tea house, and shops, to name a few.

Henry Shaw (Shaw’s Garden) donated the land that was to be Tower Grove Park to the city in 1868.

It comprises close to 300 acres and is amazingly beautiful. Sculptures, fountains, a pond, lots of open green space and uniquely decorative pavilions can be found throughout the park. This is a great location for the summer Farmer’s Market, Yoga in the park on Saturday mornings, band concerts, movie night, the International Festival, Pagan Fest and Pride Festjust a few of the things you can experience in this lovely park. Also, kick-ball leagues have the fields jumping on Saturdays and Sundays.

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