A Marine Villa building vacant for over 20 years has been rehabbed at a cost of $210,000. The structure type is shown as “commercial”, so the building may be used as offices.
Below is a recent photograph of the nearly completed rehab:
And here is a Google Streetview capture showing the building prior to rehab:
The two-family structure at 3444 Missouri in the Marine Villa neighborhood is under a $40,000 rehab by Amani Investments, LLC. The building will be reformatted into a single-family.
This structure is just one block away from another Amani Investments rehab, at 3444 Illinois, profiled in the previous post.
Below is a recent shot of 3444 Missouri:
The two-family home at 3444 Illinois in the Marine Villa neighborhood is under a $37,000 rehab by Amani Investments, LLC.
Below is a recent photograph of 3444 Illinois:
A $30,000 permit has been issued to Jerry Warden to rehab the two-family structure at 3513 Wisconsin in the Marine Villa neighborhood into a single-family. The building has been vacant since 2009.
Below is a recent photograph of the building.
This rehab is located on the same block where two new homes have been built recently.
The small home at 3620 Indiana in the Marine Villa neighborhood has been rehabbed at a cost of $69,000 by owner Elliptic, LLC.
Below is an after shot showing the building after rehab:
And here is a before shot, courtesy of Google Streetview, dating to July 2011.
Just south of Cherokee Street, at 3450 Missouri, a small house is getting rehabilitated.
Below is a photograph from Geo St. Louis showing that the building’s onetime perma-stone facade has been removed:
Also from Geo St. Louis, a photograph of the old facade, dated 5/18/2011:
—UPDATED 6/28/12 at 9:30 AM TO INCLUDE MORE RECENT PHOTOGRAPH—
This photo was obtained from Landmarks Association of St. Louis’s Facebook Page, showing the rehab to have progressed.
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The structure at 3408 Wisconsin, located just south of Cherokee Street in the Marine Villa neighborhood, has been vacant since at least 1989 according to city records.
Today, it is under a $210,000 rehab. The contractor is Urban Improvement Construction (UIC).
Below is a recent shot of the progress thus far.
Google Streetview shows the vacant, boarded building prior to the start of work (July 2011).
At 3539 and 3541 Wisconsin in the Marine Villa neighborhood, there are now two new single family homes in place of vacant lots.
Courtesy of the City of St. Louis’s Geo St. Louis website, below is a series of photos dating to late May 2012.