eligible neighborhoods

For the purpose of this Program, the neighborhood boundaries are defined as:




DeBaliviere Place is defined by Forest Park Parkway to the South, Union Boulevard to the East, Delmar Boulevard to the North, and DeBaliviere Avenue to the West.

The DeBaliviere Place neighborhood is quite diverse in its housing stock, with beautiful single family homes, upscale renovated apartments, and spacious condominiums. Lindell Boulevard contains some of the most beautiful mansions in the city, overlooking lovely Forest Park. Washington Terrace, Kingsbury and Waterman Places are exquisite samples of St. Louis’ unique private places, containing gorgeous 19th-century houses, true architectural gems. Union Boulevard has numerous old high-rise apartment buildings. The neighborhood has two private swimming pools and tennis courts for resident’s recreational use. Shops and businesses line DeBaliviere Avenue, Belt Avenue, Clara Avenue and Delmar Boulevard. The Metro Link light rail system stops on DeBaliviere Avenue and on nearby Delmar Boulevard. The neighborhood is across the street from Forest Park, two blocks from Washington University, right next door to the popular Central West End, and close to the Delmar Loop.




West End is defined by Delmar Boulevard to the South, Belt Avenue and Union Boulevard via Maple Avenue to the East, Page Boulevard on the North, and North Skinker Parkway to the West.

The West End is St. Louis eclectic, progressive neighborhood. The West End neighborhood is located just a few blocks away from the Missouri History Museum, Forest Park, Washington University, live entertainment at the Pageant, and the Loop entertainment & commercial district. Specifically, a funky selection of restaurants and sidewalk cafes are nestled in with notable art galleries, specialty shops, a bowling alley, theater and a live music venue located in the Loop.






University City Northeast is defined by Olive Boulevard to the South, Sutter Avenue and Ferguson Avenue via Julian Avenue to the East, Page Boulevard to the North, and Partridge Avenue to the West.

The University City Northeast neighborhood is home to University City’s oldest surviving building, the Sutter Meyer House. U-City Northeast neighborhood is located in close proximity to downtown St. Louis, the St. Louis Airport, many major highways, and an abundance of shopping including the St. Louis Galleria. Just to the south lies The Delmar Loop, named by the American Planning Association as “One of the Ten Greatest Streets in America.” The Centennial Commons Recreation Facility is within walking distance, and there are several parks within the neighborhood including Heman, Kingsland and Crest Circle Park. The University City Northeast neighborhood provided lots of diversity. Homes in this neighborhood vary in price and age. Also, there are many historical homes, as well as, some newer construction.





Skinker DeBaliviere is defined by Forest Park Parkway to the South, DeBaliviere Avenue to the East, Delmar Boulevard to the North, and North Skinker Boulevard to the West.

The Skinker DeBaliviere Neighborhood can trace its roots to the 1904 World’s Fair, an event that spurred the rapid development of the institutions and homes in the area. Today, the neighborhood continues to be one of the most vital and livable neighborhoods in the metropolitan area. A major attraction for homeowners is the great diversity of housing in Skinker DeBaliviere. Housing ranges from historic single-family homes on quiet private and public streets, to newly constructed townhomes in Kingsbury Square. There are also gracious two-family flats and apartment buildings.




Forest Park Southeast is defined by Hunt Avenue and Swan Avenue via South Taylor Avenue to the South, Vandeventer Avenue to the East, Interstate-64 to the North, and Kingshighway to the West.

Forest Park Southeast is an up-and-coming neighborhood with a mix of single and multi-family homes on quiet streets along with trendy restaurants and bars in the Grove district along Manchester Avenue. The Forest Park Southeast neighborhood is convenient to Forest Park, Washington University Medical Center, and Saint Louis University. It is also near multiple high schools. Highlighting, St. Louis University High School, three public schools (Stix, Compton Drew, and Adams), and the St. Louis Language Immersion School. In addition, Forest Park Southeast is in close proximity to the St. Louis Science Center, Missouri Botanical Garden, and the Central West End Metrolink Station. Housed within the neighborhood boundary are a number of neighborhood organizations and a state of the art community center.





Central West End Northeast is defined by Olive Street and Lindell Boulevard via North Boyle Avenue to the South, Vandeventer Avenue to the East, Delmar Boulevard to the North, and Walton Avenue to the West.

The Central West End neighborhood is a chic neighborhood full of charming sidewalks cafe’s, galleries, antique shops, boutiques, pubs, and restaurants. Locals and tourists alike flock to the neighborhood’s entertainment district along Euclid Avenue. This historic neighborhood housing stock primarily dates back to the early 20th century. Active neighborhood groups work to preserve the local flavor and host annual events to showcase the Central West End.





Parkview Gardens is defined by Delmar Boulevard to the South, Eastgate Avenue to the East, Olive Boulevard to the North, and Kingsland Avenue to the West.

Most of the residences in the Parkview Gardens neighborhood are apartments buildings built in the 1920s. Yet, there are also single-family houses, businesses, and shops. The Parkview Gardens  neighborhood has been designated a Historic District by the U.S. Department of the interior.