City Museum Lofts

Located in what once was the International Shoe Company building in Downtown St Louis, you'll find The City Museum Lofts. They sit above the The City Museum, a unique and unexpected funhouse of art, mostly consisting of repurposed industrial materials. The museum itself and the City Museum Lofts were the vision of a very famous local artist Bob Cassily.

The building features 28 residential lofts with one of a kind architectural details that pay homage to the city itself, using salvaged materials like pieces of stone recovered from lost historical landmarks. Life at The City Museum Lofts has benefits other than being immersed in creativity or having carnival rides on the rooftop, and that is the location. Additional units may be offered in the future once the current group sell out.

Living here, there are plenty of restaurants and things to do within walking distance including indulging in dessert and a glass at Blondies Coffee & Wine Bar or dinner at Rosalita's Cantina. Maybe stop by the Last Hotel and enjoy a nice meal at The Last Kitchen. City Museum Lofts afford residents eclectic life style in the coolest lofts you can imagine.

Written by Gregg Sharpe

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    701 N. 15th Street, St. Louis, MO 63103
    YEAR BUILT: 1931
    FLOORS: 10
    UNITS: 27
    HEIGHT: 128 ft