DeBaliviere Place Epitomizes the Best that Urban St. Louis Has to Offer
DeBaliviere Place is a desirable, centrally-located St. Louis neighborhood that features some of the most beautiful architecture in the city. Bordered by Delmar Boulevard, Lindell Boulevard, DeBaliviere Avenue, and Union Boulevard, this area includes exclusive streets like Kingsbury Square, Washington Terrace, and Waterman Place. The numerous late 19th century mansions, as well as the elegant apartment buildings and churches, make this neighborhood a St. Louis treasure.
- 19th Century architecture
- A mix of fine homes, condos, and apartment buildings
- Historic churches
- Crossroads College Preparatory School and other private and public schools
- A central location with walkable retail and dining options
- Access to public transportation and the Metrolink
If You’re Looking for Diversity and Easy Access to St. Louis Attractions, You’ve Come to the Right Place
As of 2010 this diverse neighborhood counted 3,466 residents: 29% black, 59% white, 8% Asian and 3% Hispanic/Latino. A Metrolink station is conveniently located in DeBaliviere Place. You can hop on the Skinker/DeBaliviere stop and head all the way to the Lambert International Airport or right downtown. We’re proud that our neighborhood boasts excellent public transit. We’re also centrally located, so you can take a short walk, ride, or drive to the Delmar Loop, Washington University, the Central West End, or Forest Park. There are plenty of quality dining, retail, and entertainment choices that are within walking distance. DeBaliviere Place simply presents the best that St. Louis has to offer.
- Forest Park
- The famous St. Louis Zoo
- The Delmar Loop
- Central West End
- Washington University