A home located at 4247-49 Russell in the Shaw neighborhood may soon see a $100,000 rehab.
Below is a Geo St. Louis photograph of the structure:
The current four units will be reduced to two fee simple town house units.
A home located at 3828 Flad in the Shaw neighborhood will be rehabbed at a cost of $90,000. The Assessor shows the building to be a two-family; the rehab will convert it to a single family.
Below is a Google Streetview capture of the building:
A two-family located at 4045-47 Botanical in the Shaw neighborhood will be rehabbed into a single family home at a cost of $120,000, per a recently issued building permit. The contractor is Blue Brick Construction.
Below is a recent photograph of the structure obtained from Blue Brick Construction’s website:
A former gas station located at 2232 Thurman in the Shaw neighborhood will soon see a $130,000 rehab into a catering facility known as the Social Affair. In addition, the building will host cooking classes and a small market for pre-made foods. The owner is Thurman Station, LLC.
Below is a recent photograph obtained from the Preservation Research Office, which also has an excellent writeup on the building’s history (linked here):
A four-family located at 4116 Shenandoah in the Shaw neighborhood may soon see a $40,000 rehab by owner Shaw Revival, LLC. The building permit has not yet been issued, but an application is on file with the City.
Below is a circa 2010 photo of the structure from Geo St. Louis:
A Shaw two-family located at 4031 Shenandoah is a conspicuously vacant home in a neighborhood that is rapidly redeveloping. Without its porch, the building is something of an odd sight. Owners Joseph and Monique Butler may soon be changing that. A $150,000 building permit application is on file with the City to rehab the building into a single family home.
Below is a recent photograph obtained from the city’s Geo St. Louis website:
A $100,000 rehab by Novus Real Estate of 4217 Russell in the Shaw neighborhood is now complete. This single family home is currently for sale for $285,000. To see the Circa real estate listing with interior shots, click here.
According to the Shaw Neighborhood Housing Corporation (SHNC), the building was vacant for more than a decade. Read more on the rehab of the building at the SHNC website.
Below is a shot of the building post-rehab, from Circa:
Here is a before shot:
A two-family home located at 4122 Botanical in the Shaw neighborhood is currently being rehabbed into a single family at a cost of $52,000, according to city building permits.
Below is a recent photograph of the structure obtained from Geo St. Louis:
In a departure from the usual posting format, we offer you a link to an incredible array of small-scale rehab and new construction projects, all in the same neighborhood—Shaw.
Below is just one example from the site—4006 Shenandoah, which has been covered on this blog previously here.
The Shaw neighborhood has been a popular neighborhood on this blog for obvious reasons. With the potential development of the entire 4100 block of DeTonty mentioned at the end of the above-linked blog post (see map here), the Shaw neighborhood may soon have very few vacant buildings or lots.
Be sure to click the Shaw tag below to see other projects that are underway or have been completed recently in the neighborhood.