Corner Mixed Use Building in Soulard Now Rehabbed (2422-24 South 11th)

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A formerly vacant and boarded Soulard corner building located at 2422-24 S. 11th Street has been rehabbed at a cost of $100,000 by owner Renovations Unlimited, LLC.

Below is an after-rehab photograph:

Victor11thAFTER

And here is the before shot, courtesy of Google Streetview:

Victor11thBEFORE

Soulard is quickly decreasing its already-small tally of both vacant buildings and vacant lots. Three vacant lots recently saw the construction of rowhouse infill on the 800 block of Ann, while an unlikely rehab proposal of Soulard’s most challenging building (on the 1900 block of S. 10th) appears to be moving forward as well (with some attached new construction). Other rehabs are progressing throughout the neighborhood, including a fire-damaged property on the 1200 block of Lynch and a heavily-damaged and once threatened building on the 1000 block of Shenandoah. Infill is also underway on the 2100 block of S. 11th.

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  • Mike F

    Repointing had already been done (saw Andre working on it…last summer?), and I think the sewer lines were also addressed before this building was sold to the current developer, so a lot of the expensive legwork was finished. Glad to see this one finally get the treatment.

    Oh, and the ghost sign along the foundation says “Bowling Alley”.