Where’s the Morgan Ford neighborhood?

One thing I’ve truly enjoyed seeing since we’ve moved to Tower Grove South is the resurgence of commerce on Morganford in our neighborhood.  Until today, it was our little secret.  As the less popular destination, I’ve always tried to support the restaurants since South Grand seems to get so much traffic already.  I rarely give credit to theContinue reading “Where’s the Morgan Ford neighborhood?”

Spring Sales Data: Some Hot, Some Not

Spring 2009 is recent history, and real estate business in St. Louis City experienced a welcome increase. Tower Grove, Holly Hills, Lindenwood Park and South Hampton seemed to experience some of the best activity in the areas I was working as buyer’s seemed to favor a more conservative location compared to past hot spots LafayetteContinue reading “Spring Sales Data: Some Hot, Some Not”

Suburbia R.I.P.

Interesting reading. Looking at the deleterious effects of suburbanization of the countryside, it would be nice if that activity was curbed. It doesn’t seem possible that the suburbs themselves would vanish in much of St. Louis County, or even that it would be a good thing if they did. Interestingly, my very urban neighborhood ofContinue reading “Suburbia R.I.P.”

St. Louis City Sales Data 2007 & 2008

Last week, I put down a fair amount of information on the downtown real estate market and provided the sales information about the area. I also talked a bit about how the year of 2008 felt for a real estate professional (2008 Real Estate Sales Downtown ). The post is something I’ve tried to doContinue reading “St. Louis City Sales Data 2007 & 2008”