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6605-6625 Clayton Ave, St. Louis, MO 63139
$975 - $1,477 | 1 - 2 Beds

(314) 714-6928

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6724 Clayton Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63139
$1,425 | 2 Beds
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1038-1070 McCausland Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63117
$685 | 1 Bed
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6734 Clayton Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63139
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1201-1228 N San Jacinto Ct, Saint Louis, MO 63139
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1019 Sanford Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63139
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6650-6658 Berthold Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63139
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6514 Berthold Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63139
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1348 McCausland Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63117
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1369 Mccausland Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63117
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1111 Louisville Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63139
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6529 Clayton Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63139
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6525 Clayton Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63139
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6318 Clayton Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63117
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6660-6666 Berthold Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63139
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Hi-Pointe Neighborhood in Saint Louis, MO

Hi-Pointe Neighborhood

Taking its name from its unique hilltop location in St. Louis, Hi-Pointe is part of the three neighborhoods affectionately known as Dogtown. The other two neighborhoods that make up Dogtown are Franz Park on the south and Clayton-Tamm to the east. There are several interesting theories about the name Dogtown, with no conclusive evidence as to which might be correct. By the 1950s, however, the neighborhood name came to be one of pride. That tradition continues to this day, with banners hung identifying the neighborhood as such. Though the community has drifted to the Hi-Pointe designation over the years, it’s clear that long-time residents of the neighborhood feel a real sense of unity and take care with their homes and the surrounding community. While other areas of St. Louis have experienced population declines in recent years, this affordable, well-kept residential area has always been well populated. It is quiet, relaxed, and clean, with a mix of housing styles that consists of mostly brick and wood-framed homes, along with apartments, townhouses, and condos. The most famous neighborhood landmark is the Hi-Pointe Theater, which dates to 1922. St. Louis moviegoers consistently rate this theater, which is famous for its turquoise drapes, as the best in the city. Located on McCausland Avenue, it is the longest continuously operating movie house in the city. Bounded by Oakland and Clayton Avenues to the north, Dale Avenue to the south, Louisville Avenue on the east, and the city limits to the west, Hi-Pointe is conveniently located close to downtown St. Louis. Hi-Pointe residents also have easy access to the museums and athletic facilities of Forest Park, the largest outdoor green space in the city of St. Louis.

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