From 1970, you’ll recognize how much preservation counts for neighborhood stability in Lafayette Square. You could draw this all the same way today!
“A skeleton walks into a bar and asks for a beer…and a mop”. The old Zittlosen Building at 1322 Dolman has been a particularly prominent skeleton in the Lafayette Square closet.
Do you know how Waverly Place got its name?
This founding father of the rebirth of Lafayette Square never even owned a car, preferring the bus for trips around the country or town.
Welcome to the Lafayette Square Archives. We currently have several hundred documents, 92 house tour booklets, and many photos scanned and ready to incorporate into articles for you to enjoy.
Editor’s Note: We asked Linda Weiner to reflect on her time beautifying the Square after a recent comment she made that the neighborhood has never looked better. We couldn’t agree more! When I walk around Lafayette Square and Lafayette Park today, I am totally blown away by what we as a neighborhood have achieved in […]
A small group of residents is working to establish a dog park for Lafayette Square. With our neighborhood association, we have tentatively identified a site and determined the approximate costs. What we need now is a sense of your interest and commitment to making a dog park succeed in our community. We need your active […]
Local creative agency Grain just released the second video in its new “Neighborhoods of St. Louis” series — and this one is all about Lafayette Square. Shot in a fresh, clean style, filmmaker John Pa offers a glimpse into the eclectic urban lifestyle we love, as he stops for coffee, chats with neighbors, strolls through the […]
Thanks to a $10,000 grant from the Missouri Department of Conservation, we were able to commission a new Lafayette Tree Master Plan for Lafayette Park. We all know that the park is the crown jewel of our neighborhood but it’s easy to forget that the trees need some love too, and that we should be thoughtful […]
Although Lafayette Square’s vintage base ball field was scheduled to host a match between the St. Louis Perfectos and the St. Louis Unions (home field: Jefferson Barracks) on Saturday, May 30th, the intermittent rain kept too many ballists away to have a proper match. Undeterred, several Perfectos still showed up and—instead of a full-on match—held […]