A two-family building located at 1028 Dolman in the Lafayette Square Historic District (Peabody Darst Webbe neighborhood, officially speaking) is slated for a $140,000 rehabilitation, per city building permit records. The permit has not yet been issued.
Below is a recent Geo St. Louis photograph of the structure:
The row house building at 1620-24 Dolman in the Lafayette Square Historic District (Peabody Darst Webbe neighborhood) is actively under rehab. The three units are under rehabilitation for $80,000 each by Zumwalt Corporation. The last time we checked into the site, permits had not yet been issued (check out a pre-rehab photo on that blog post).
Now, work is underway. See the recent photograph below.
Long ago, the building’s southernmost member of the row (1624 Dolman) was slated for demolition due to advanced deterioration. The matter went before the Preservation Board, where the request for demolition was denied. Instead, the row of three town houses will remain intact and (most likely) occupied for the first time in quite a while.
The former Missouri Carriage Company building at 1410 Dolman has undergone a $100,000 rehab into a single family home. Mica Development essentially rebuilt the front facade and has gut rehabbed the structure.
Below is a photograph obtained from MARIS showing the completed building.
As of the time of this writing, the 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home is for sale for $450,000. Click here for the listing, which also contains interior shots.
Geo St. Louis contains photographs of the building prior to rehab:
The structure at 1617 Carroll in the Lafayette Square Historic District (Peabody Darst Webbe neighborhood) is under a $125,000 rehab.
Below is a recent picture of the property:
The above linked St. Louis Post-Dispatch article is reporting that 1322 Dolman, an old factory building on the eastern edge of the neighborhood (technically in Peabody Darst-Webbe neighborhood) is to be rehabbed into apartments on the top three floors and office space on the lower level. See the article for more details.
Below is a Google Streetview capture of the building:
Owner Zumwalt Corporation has applied for three separate building permits, $80,000 each, to renovate the three adjoining buildings at 1620, 1622, and 1624 Dolman into single family units (each building is presently formatted for two units).
Below is a Google Streetview capture of 1620-24 Dolman, on the edge of Lafayette Square (technically in the Peabody Darst Webbe neighborhood).