Get 6,200sqft of urban living, loft, business, gallery, retail space downtown across from the St. Louis Post‑Dispatch for only $2500 a month! Dual Zoned Business Space With Attached High-End Living Space. Built around 1840, the 911 N Tucker property is one of St Louis' last remaining historic row houses and pivotal architectural rock of the downtown city urban area. Located one block north of Washington Ave on Tucker, 911 N. Tucker is a newly remodeled split connected commercial & residential property offering unique advantages for office & galleries! Zoned commercial & residential.
911 N Tucker is a Saint Louis City Landmark titled: A 19th Century House
911 N Tucker and its surround row houses have stood their ground since 1840 experiencing a plethora of historical happenings and strange occurrences including famous musicians, artists, politicians and trouble makers. 911 N Tucker is the last remaining Saint Louis Federal architecture row-house building from that era when the area was a bustling densely packed residential neighborhood. Used as housing for the firm tradition of immigration, this location was once home to German, Jewish, Italian, Polish and a plethora of other Europeans as they built this city. The types of people who lived in these houses during that time included: working-class newlyweds, racetrack jockeys, vaudeville workers, saloon owners, and a politically-involved class of young African American men.
The Legend of Stacker Lee: The story of Stacker Lee has taken on the status of legend in American culture. The story was perhaps first told by vaudeville musicians in St. Louis when Stacker Lee was still making headlines. As the story of Stacker Lee made it down the Mississippi, facts became exaggerated, until the man became larger than life. The original nickname Stacker Lee went through several mutations: Stacker Lee, Stackerlee, Stack Lee, Stagger Lee, Stagolee. In the stories about Stacker Lee, he is portrayed as the ultimate evil man, a man concerned only with his survival – a man with no morals. He lacks empathy and shows no remorse, even after shooting a man dead. The stories say that Stacker Lee “ran the town” and that he was so intimidating that he was given a second trial because the judge was afraid to convict him. Some versions of the story say that Stacker Lee was more evil than the Devil himself. Songs about Stacker Lee have poor Billy Lyons begging for his life when accosted by the terrible Stacker Lee. Read More About Stacker Lee...
Many through history have claimed to have seen the ghosts of Stagger Lee and Billy Lyon stalking the neighborhood...
In 1923 911 Tucker was the location of a speakeasy, boarding house and rumored bordello owned by Salvatore “Sam” Domenico. It was over the 50 years of his ownership the surround Federal style rowhouses were town down to create the now existing St Louis Post-Dispatch parking lots.
In 1979 a restaurant took up classy surroundings as the building itself was added to the St Louis City Landmark List #106.
In the 80s-90s the location was the St Louis City Police Mounted Division Unit Headquarters with original stables.
In 2013, 911 N Tucker was the site of the Rowhouse Gallery of artist Drew Wojcik. The property was remodeled then accenting its historical charm and immerse St Louis aesthetic appeal.
In 2016 Remodel STL remodeled the interior and exterior including a full southern three-story wall rebuild to historical standards (thank you Andre's Tuckpointing). This historic remodel included many corrections, upgrades and style additions including hardwood flooring is now throughout, remodeled bathrooms, bedrooms, commercial area and living areas.
2nd floor- 1920sqft | 3rd floor- 975sqft- Total- 2895sqft
1st Floor 2450 sqft
Zoned residential & commercial, this nicely appointed historic loft feathers a large office, reception, back office, party, entertaining, art gallery-like feel. This property would be perfect for a lawyer or artist who appreciates the urban nightlife and lifestyle and wants significant visual presence and heavy car/foot traffic.
Historic full three story brick rebuild exposing newly mortared masterful brickwork adding increased ascetics and appeal. For More Information, Visit Remodel STL
Tenant pays water, gas, electricity. Historical building must have all exterior and interior changes approved.
Leasing & selling custom made and remodeled buildings, apartments, condos and townhouses to the wonderful people of Saint Louis Missouri! Develop STL will take a defunct property, rebuild it to an excellent standard, then sell or lease it to a happy family, person or business. We love Rebuilding Saint Louis!