Hyde Park Corner Building Fully Restored (1435 Salisbury)

Hyde Park Corner Building Fully Restored (1435 Salisbury)

The hulking mixed use building at the corner of Blair and Salisbury in the Hyde Park neighborhood has been fully restored as a part of the Hyde Park South Development by developers Duffe Nuernberger. Overall, 50 new units have been created in 26 gut rehabbed buildings. The subject of this post—1435 Salisbury—was the largest single project of the bunch and the most iconic.

Below is a recent photograph of the recently completed rehab:

Here is a Google Streetview capture from August 2011, showing the previous state of the front facade:

For years the building sat open and un-boarded, leading to significant deterioration. Below is a shot from Geo St. Louis showing the building in 2007:

The rehabbed structure will house 1 large commercial space on the ground floor and 5 residential units.

Click here for a map of the area.


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