Meridian Lofts

In 1898, The Meridian was an imposing loft building that provided a palatial home for one of the City´s leading shoe manufacturers and today stands as a formidable reminder of the City´s leading position in the shoe industry.

The A. D. Brown building served as a key stimulant in the development of the underbuilt 12th Street downtown thoroughfare. The architects used soot-resistant, lustrous enameled bricks for exterior walls in keeping with Chicago´s "White City" ideal.

The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It remains a unique addition to the central business district.

The Meridian is a luxury loft-style condominium building in St. Louis, MO. The modern lofts feature 14-foot ceilings, exposed red brick and ductwork as well as gourmet kitchens with granite counters and custom cabinetry.

Residents enjoy the savory smell of Insomnia Cookies in the main lobby entrance and can walk to Blondie's, Rosalita's, Bella's Frozen Yogurt, Mizu, Sen Thai, Over/Under and many more.

Sports fans can walk to Cardinals and Blues games or take in the Arch grounds for some great outdoor activity.

The building is just two blocks from the T-Rex building for entreprenurial start ups and three blocks from SLU Law School.

Written by Gregg Sharpe

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    1136 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63101
    YEAR BUILT: 1898
    FLOORS: 9
    UNITS: 95
    HEIGHT: 132 ft