A two-family home at 3022 Salena in Benton Park may soon undergo a $150,000 rehab into two fee simple townhouses. The owner is Renovations Unlimited, LLC.
Below is a Geo St. Louis photograph dating to January 2013:
The single family house at 3007 Salena in the Benton Park neighborhood is undergoing a modest, $30,000 rehab.
Below is a recent photograph of the building, showing some new windows recently placed on the structure:
A single family home at 2910 Indiana in Benton Park has been rehabbed at a cost of $100,000. The home is part of a multi-phase development called the 2900 Indiana Condos. For more information on that development, read our earlier story here.
Below is a recent photograph of the (nearly?) completed structure.
And here is a Google Streetview capture of the “before”:
A vacant building at 2809 McNair in the Benton Park neighborhood may soon see new life following a $100,000 rehab, per city building permit records.
Below is a Geo St. Louis photograph of 2809 McNair:
It appears as if it will take more than $50,000 to repair 3307 Missouri in Benton Park, but that is the building permit amount for a permit issued recently at this address to Askins Development Group LLC. The permit is for a “total rehab” of the building from 2 units to 1.
Below is a picture of the building courtesy of Geo St. Louis.
A single family home located at 3007 Salena in the Benton Park neighborhood may soon see a $30,000 rehab by Askins Development Group.
Below is a Geo St. Louis photograph showing the structure:
A $45,000 building permit has been issued for interior and exterior alterations at 2117 Withnell in the Benton Park neighborhood. The permit is for the building’s western half.
Below is a photograph of the entire building. 2117 Withnell is at left.
The 2900 Indiana Condos Development at the corner of Pestalozzi and Indiana in Benton Park is progressing into its third phase.
The third and final phase of this multi-building development will see the rehab of a vacant single family home at 2910 Indiana, which is adjacent to two buildings already rehabbed in prior phases (one former mixed use and one former industrial building).
A $100,000 building permit has been issued for the rehab of 2910 Indiana, shown below via Google Streetview in July 2011:
Below are shots of the already completed buildings, also from Google Streetview. The first phase involved the rehab of the corner mixed use building at 2900 Indiana. It is now entirely residential.
The second phase involved the rehab of an industrial building with two garages, which have been retained. The building is now completed and also fully residential, though it was not yet finished in this July 2011 Google Streetview capture:
The units in the above building were recently finished and are now for sale. Below is a small photograph of the exterior of the building fully rehabbed from a unit’s real estate listing.
More information on this development is available via the St. Louis Real Estate Society’s blog.