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Old 04-17-2024, 01:15 AM
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Neighborhoods like Soulard, CWE, the loop, tgs are vibrant doing well because they are more focused on entertainment/dining and not dependent on office workers.
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Old Today, 12:44 PM
Location: St. Louis
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Default New census estimates: St. Charles County

continues growth, city shrinks, most of St. Louis County losing population:

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Old Today, 03:10 PM
Location: The High Desert
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Originally Posted by Woody0397 View Post
[St Louise (?)]....has fallen behind its peees in the Midwest like Indianapolis, Columbus, Kansas City, even Cleveland and Oklahoma City are doing better in economic and population growth. The governments in those cities are ran better and are bipartisan on numerous issues.
These supposed peer cities, maybe with the exception of Cleveland (if it qualifies), really don't have what St. Louis has. They don't compare well in my estimation. St. louis has a vibrant metro. It garners a lot of attention. It has an infrastructure for a city three times larger. It has world class institutions in medicine, education, and cultural sites.

Originally Posted by Bulldawg82 View Post
@ kyle19125 - Benton Park/Cherokee is very much doing what you just wrote. It is a very dynamic neighborhood/s with a very cool vibe.
I have relatives in Benton Park/Cherokee Street and by my observation it seems to be managing quite well in terms of city neighborhoods. The LGBTQIA community seems not to be threatened in various old neighborhoods like Benton Park, Soulard, etc.
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Old Today, 06:58 PM
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St Louis itself hasn’t had a Republican mayor for 75 years.

One day the Democrats will turn this city around, just wait until next year!
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