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1700 block south 1700 block north - King Bee Building 1600 block north - Business Products Center 1500 block south - Washington Square Building 1500 block north - International Shoe Company 1400 blocks - Monkey Building; Washington Building; ect. 1300 block south - Knickerbocker; Lesan-Gould; etc. 1300 block north - Fashion Square 1200 block south - Rudman on the Park, etc. 1200 block north - 1209, 1227 Washington 1100 block south - A.D. Brown, etc. 1100 block north - Hadley Square; Days Inn; Trendmasters 1000 block south - the Merchandise Mart 1000 block north - Bee Hat Co., etc. 900 block north - Lammert Building; Hotel Lennox 800 block south - the Gateway Hotel 500-600 blocks north - Dillards, etc. 400 blocks - Missouri Athletic Club, etc.

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822 Washington Avenue

Renaissance St. Louis Grand & Suites Hotel
Originally: Statler Hotel
Later: Gateway Hotel
Architect: George Post, 1917

Built as part of the Statler chain, it was renovated into the Gateway Hotel in the 1960s. After a decade of vacancy, it is now in service again as part of the convention complex.

Read more on the Statler and its recent renovation at the Recalled to Life tour.

The "gap" on the map (in the 700/800 blocks) is filled by the Convention Center to the north, and by St. Louis Centre and the former Mercantile Bank tower and garage to the south.


  • National Register of Historic Places nomination form (PDF file)