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Welcome the past of Saint Louis, with the exuberance of the future!
As the logo for Benton Park West indicates, we are a neighborhood that Treasures the Past and Embraces the Future.
Building upon past successes (Treasures), we Embrace the Future with the vibrancy and excitement of the future!
Upcoming Activities in BPW and surrounding area:
Check out our latest GREAT properties promoted
in Benton Park West!
Checkout the latest Real Estate BLAST!
Watch for more information about exciting events in 2013:
- Many other FUNdraising opportunties and FUN events where volunteers are needed.
- Other events such as - summer picnic, scavenger hunt, flower bulb sales, movies in the park, Dog Park Events, National Night Out events, Back to School Festival, Annual Yard/Rummage Sales, Truck or Treat, etc.
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Dog Park Application
Check out events coming up on Cherokee Street. >
Check out the NEW Searchable list of Cherokee Businesses. This covers about 75% located on Cherokee or within the business districts. Watch for updates!
Cherokee Street Business Directory. >
So many festivals and events in and around St. Louis. Wonder how you can find out about the fun and festivities? Check out the Art Shows, Craft Fairs and Festivals website >
Benton Park West is the prime location in south Saint Louis with historic Cherokee Street and the vibrancy of the Jefferson Avenue corridor. Take a few moments to find out what great things are happening in Benton Park West revolving around diversity of individuals working in partnership and collaboration for the good of the neighborhood. Our distinct diversity also includes the uniqueness of residents and significant diversity of housing stock which built the neighborhood and continues to sustain Benton Park West into the future.
Benton Park West, built primarily of German influence during the 1880s 1930s, is proud to be included in a city known as the brick city of the USA; This 6 x 12 block area demonstrates the dramatic differences in architectural style and building sizes varying from the large two and four family buildings, to single family Queen Anne, French Second Century, and even single story bungalows.
Benton Park West is bounded by South Jefferson Avenue on the east, Cherokee Street on the south to Compton, then south to Potomac and west to Gravois Street on the Northwest.