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Washington Avenue, eastward from Grand, shows how the presence of major institutions can be a double-edged sword. While the Fox, the St. Louis symphony, and SLU have all been major investors in this area, they have also devoured acres of urban land for infrequently-used parking lots.

3329 Washington Avenue

3323-3325 Washington Avenue

White glazed brick with green glazed brick trim - a popular combination around World War I. In 1934 it was home to a distributor for the Lee Rubber & Tire Corporation. Occupants in recent decades include an architectural stone company and a sewing supply business.

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