As the LSRC approaches 50 years, here’s early bird Linda Underwood, with a recollection from the LSRC at 10 years.
Retta Strantz Reed was a key figure in early Benton Place – and more than a little interesting in the telling.
The best things in life are free. At least that’s our goal with the new Lafayette Square Archives on-line searchable database. Come see it in action Tuesday, 7pm at Sqwires Annex.
By Bethany Budde-Cohen & Matt Brazelton, LSBA Co-Presidents To keep up with those beautiful May flowers, the Lafayette Square Business Association continues to bloom and spring into action, excited for a busy spring and summer season. As membership and participation continue to increase, we are excited about the direction and momentum of our neighborhood business […]
On April 21, St. Louis University provided volunteers to Lafayette Park as part of their “Showers of Service” program. Two groups of students worked in the park. Matt Negri’s LSRC group worked in the Park House gardens and removed stumps near the mid-Lafayette gate. The Lafayette Park Conservancy’s group of 15 students divided their time […]
By Phil Lamczyk & Suzanne Sessions, LSRC Development Committee New Residential Construction Support of a front addition to the residence of 1609 Missouri Other Development News Development Committee is overhauling changing to our existing Standards for Design and Construction. This effort began in November 2017 and is in the finalization stages with release to the […]
Walk around the grotto or rock garden in Lafayette Park, and you’ll find some history in all that rock work.